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Sofa Bed

Repairing a Sofa Bed FrameThis is a page about repairing a sofa bed frame. The frame on a sofa bed can become damaged from use.


Wood Table Finish

Repairing Wood Table Finish?This is a page about repairing wood table finish. When the lacquer or vanish coating is damaged on a veneer or solid wood table top, there are numerous ways to fix it.


How to Fix Damaged Surfaces of Wood Furniture - small chest of drawers with bottle of oil soap, furniture pen, and rag on top

How to Fix Damaged Surfaces of Wood FurnitureWood furniture can get damaged in a number of ways. This is a page about how to fix damaged surfaces of wood furniture.


Worn Faux Leather Upholstery

Repairing Faux Leather Upholstery?This is a page about repairing faux leather upholstery. Leather-like furniture covering can be a challenge to repair when damaged.


Patio Swing

Replacing the Canopy on a Patio SwingTime and the elements can take their toll on the fabric canopy of your outdoor swing. Rather than purchasing an entirely new swing you can replace the canopy. This is a page about replacing canopy on a patio swing.


Isopropyl Alcohol

Isopropyl Alcohol Stain on Wood FurnitureThis is a page about isopropyl alcohol stain on wood furniture. Alcohol spills on wood furniture can damage the finish.


table damaged by cleaner

Fixing Wood Furniture Damaged by Household...Using the wrong cleaner on your wood furniture may result in damage to the finish and the wood below. This is a page about fixing wood furniture damaged by household cleaners.


Sofa bed with a metal frame.

Sofa Bed Frame ReplacementSometimes the frame for your sofa bed becomes damaged beyond repair. Finding a new replacement frame can be a challenge. This is a page about sofa bed frame replacement.


Hot coffee mug on wood table.

Removing Heat Marks from FurnitureYou have just enjoyed a steaming cup of hot coffee. When you move the cup, to your dismay there is a heat mark on the table. This is a page about removing heat marks from furniture.


Blue faux leather sofa that is peeling.

Faux Leather Sofa Is Peeling?If you have furniture with vinyl or another material that resembles leather, you may find that it will crack over time. This page has solutions for a faux leather sofa is peeling.


Patio Umbrella

Refurbishing a Faded Patio UmbrellaSun and weather can fade the colors on your patio umbrella. You don't necessarily need to buy a new one, you may be able to refurbish the one you have. This is a page about refurbishing a faded patio umbrella.


Black Spots on Mirror

Fixing Black Spots on MirrorsOver time mirrors can develop black areas. This page is about fixing black spots on mirrors.



Replacement Canopy for an Outdoor Swing

Making a Replacement Canopy for an...This page is about making a replacement canopy for an outdoor swing. When the awning for an outdoor swing gets torn or tattered you may be able to fashion a new canopy.


A worn brown leather sofa.

Touching Up Worn Spots on a Leather SofaWith use, a leather sofa can develop worn spots that differ in color and finish from the rest of the piece. This is a page about touching up worn spots on a leather sofa.


Dark wood dining table with chairs.

Fixing a Wood Table With a Nail Polish Remover StainNail polish remove can stain your wooden furniture if it gets spilled. Because it may have attacked the finish, it can be difficult to remove the stain. This is a page about fixing a wood table with a nail polish remover stain.


Broken Cane Chair

Repairing Cane ChairsThis is a page about repairing cane chairs. Chairs with cane backs or seats are lovely, but once the cane begins to break down they need to be repaired.


damaged fabric on couch

Repairing a Cat Scratched CouchCats love and need to scratch, for example, to groom their claws, to stretch, and mark territory. Unfortunately, sometimes this results in damaged furniture. This is a page about repairing a cat scratched couch.


Man Repairing a Broken Couch Frame

Repairing a Broken Couch Frame?This is a page about repairing a broken couch frame. Fixing a broken couch may seem daunting, especially when it is covered with upholstery.


Repairing a Glider Chair

Repairing a Glider ChairThis is a page about repairing a glider chair. Repairing a glider is generally more cost effective than replacing it, besides it may be your favorite chair and well broken in.



Repairing Cigarette Burns on a CouchThis is a page about repairing cigarette burns on a couch. Depending on the type of upholstery, you may be able to make repairs to a couch that has been damaged by a cigarette burn.


Brown Fabric Upholstery on Couch

Repairing Fabric UpholsteryThis page is about repairing fabric upholstery. Knowing a good way to fix fabric upholstery can extend the life of your furniture.


Close up of nubuck leather with scratch marks

Repairing Scratches on Leather FurnitureThis is a page about repairing scratches on leather furniture. Pets, children, and normal usage can result in scratches on your leather furniture.


Fabric Couch

Repairing a Broken Arm on a Fabric Couch?This is a page about repairing a broken arm on a fabric couch. Repairing the broken arm on a couch may seem daunting, especially if it is upholstered.


Close up of an old brown leather couch.

Repairing Wear on a Leather Couch?This page is about repairing wear on a leather couch. Regular maintenance will help extend the life of upholstery covering your sofa.


Repairing Lawn Chairs

Repairing Lawn ChairsThis is a page about repairing lawn chairs. Often repairing a lawn chair is less expensive than buying new ones.


A woman rubbing oil on a wood table.

Use Baby Oil To Treat Wood FurnitureThere are varying schools of thought on what type of products to use on wood furniture. For those people who like to use oil, this tip might appeal to you. This is a page about use baby oil to treat wood furniture.


Veneer Table

Repairing Bubble in Wood Veneer Furniture?This page is about repairing bubble in wood veneer furniture. When the thin layer of finish wood on furniture is raised up, it can be difficult to repair.



Varnished Damaged by Spilled Perfume  - finish damage on dresser

Fixing Varnish Damaged by Spilled Perfume?Perfume can damage the finish on your furniture if it is spilled. Typically the fix is to sand, stain, and refinish. This is a page about fixing varnish damaged by spilled perfume.


Resin Furniture

Repairing Resin Furniture?This page is about repairing resin furniture. When plastic gets cracked it can be a difficult to repair.


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Wood Can Be Felt Through Flattened Furniture Stuffing?I have a sofa and arm chair that I have owned for about 5 years now. They "had" large, overstuffed arms, but now the stuffing inside has flattened (and seemingly moved around a bit, too). When you rest your arm on the arms of this furniture, you can actually feel the wood inside.


Lowering a Bed Frame

Lowering a Bed Frame?This page is about lowering a bed. Sometimes a bed may be too high for its user to easily get in and out.


Upholstered couch with soft cushions.

Making Couch Cushions Firmer?This is a page about making couch cushions firmer. Couch cushions that are too soft can make your sofa uncomfortable.


furniture repair tools

Repairing a Rice Bed?These free standing carved posts bed frames are also known as plantation beds. This is a page about repairing a rice bed with a broken corner post.


The shelf inside a repaired desk.

Using a Screw as a Missing Shelf PegPegs make it easy to adjust shelves in cabinets, desks and bookcases. However, the tiny pegs can often go missing or the holes they go in can become damaged. A screw is a good substitute. This page is about using a screw as a missing shelf peg.


Leather Furniture

Removing Water Marks on Leather Furniture?Leather furniture such as couches or leather topped tables can be marred by water spots. This is a page about removing water marks on leather furniture.


Repairing Scratches on a Microfiber Couch - scratches on microfiber upholstery

Removing Scratches on a Microfiber Couch?When microfiber upholstery is scratched by a pet or other mishaps, you may be able to make them disappear with a vacuum or brush. This is a page about removing scratches on a microfiber couch.


Sofa Bed

Finding Parts to Repair a Sofa BedThis is a page about finding parts to repair a sofa bed. The mechanical parts and springs on your sofa bed may need to be replaced periodically, depending on use and age.


Repairing Lumpy Couch Cushions

Repairing Lumpy Couch Cushions?This is a page about repairing lumpy couch cushions. Long before a couch reaches the end of its life, the cushions can get lumpy and uncomfortable.


glass coffee table

Repairing a Coffee Table With Missing GlassThis is a page about repairing a coffee table with missing glass. A glass topped coffee table without the glass isn't much of a table. You could get a replacement piece of glass or you might consider some more creative ways of redoing the top.


Repairing Cat Scratches on a Banana Leaf Chair - scratches on a woven chair

Repairing Cat Scratches on a Banana Leaf Chair?My cat put scratches on my banana leaf chairs and they are hard to get off. Any suggestions?


Wicker Furniture

Waterproofing Wicker Furniture?This is a page about waterproofing wicker furniture. Wicker furniture is often used outdoors on patios and decks. Exposure to rain can eventually damage your wicker, if unprotected.


Leather Sofa

Removing a Heat Mark from Leather Sofa?This is a page about removing a heat mark from leather sofa. A hot coffee cup or warm plate can leave unsightly marks on your leather furniture.



A rip in a suede upholstered chair or sofa.

Repairing a Rip in Suede Upholstered Furniture?When the suede is faux, you can sew the rip or real suede may need a patch. This is a page about repairing a rip in suede upholstered recliner.


Leather Recliner

Reupholstering a ReclinerThis is a page about reupholstering a recliner. Sometimes it is less costly to reupholster a comfortable chair, rather than buy a new one.


Microfiber couch with pillows

Reducing Static Electricity From...This is a page about reducing static electricity from microfiber furniture. Synthetic fibers can create a lot of static electricity. It is not fun to get a shock from your couch or chair.


A tear in vinyl upholstery.

Repairing Vinyl UpholsteryThis page is about repairing vinyl upholstery. There are a few ways to fix torn or damaged vinyl upholstery.


Microfiber Sofa

Repairing Tears on Microfiber FurnitureThis page is about repairing tears on microfiber furniture. When furniture fabric is torn, fixing it can be a challenge.


Photo of a furniture spring isolated on white.

Repairing Couch Springs?Over time the springs in your couch can break or become compressed resulting in a sagging couch. You can buy a new couch, or perhaps you can save a lot of money and simply repair the worn springs. This is a page about repairing couch springs.


Repairing a Rolltop Desk

Repairing a Rolltop DeskThis is a page about repairing a rolltop desk. A rolltop desk may reflect days gone by and serve as an accent piece, but when it gets stuck it is only frustrating.


Spraying Windex

Removing a Windex Stain on a Wood Table?Certain cleaning products intended for other uses can damage the finish on your furniture if they are accidentally used or spilled on it. This is a page about removing a Windex stain on a wood table.


A gloved hand holding a sponge and soapy water on a wood surface.

Lysol All Purpose Cleaner Left Wood Furniture Streaky?Certain cleaning products termed all purpose do not always work well on various surfaces. They can leave streaks and residue that can be difficult to remove. Occasionally the wrong cleaner can damage the finish on furniture. This is a page about Lysol All Purpose cleaner left wood furniture streaky.


Reed diffuser with reeds in a jar containing scented oil.

Furniture Finish Damaged by Scented Diffuser Oil?This page is about furniture finish damaged by scented diffuser oil. When the finish is damaged on a piece of furniture it can a challenge to repair.


Water Mark on Wood

Removing Water Marks from Wood FurnitureThis is a page about removing water marks from wood furniture. Whether someone forgot to use a coaster or a plant got over watered, water marks on wood furniture can happen very easily. Cleaning them off is a chore, but it can be done.


Messy Sheets on Pillow-top Mattress

Smoothing Out a Pillow-top Mattress?The comfort of a pillow top mattress can be compromised if it develops lumps and valleys. This is a page about smoothing out a pillow-top mattress.


An old desk drawer with a lock.

Opening Locked Drawers?Some antique and vintage furniture had key locks for one or all of the drawers. On some desks, one drawer controlled the ability to open the rest. Without the original key you may need to consult a locksmith.


mesh backed pneumatic office chair

Repairing a Pneumatic Chair?This is a page about repairing a pneumatic chair. Keeping your office chair working properly, and at the height you need can sometimes be a challenge.


Replacing the Fabric Seat on an Outdoor Porch Swing

Replacing the Fabric Seat on an Outdoor Porch Swing?Porch swings can be quite expensive to replace. If the fabric sling seat wears out consider replacing it rather than the entire swing. Check out the tips for replacing the fabric seat on an outdoor porch swing.


Dining room chair with a vinyl seat.

Recovering Vinyl Chairs?This is a page about recovering vinyl chairs. Vinyl is a durable upholstery used on many different types of chairs. However over time the vinyl will show wear or you may want to change to a different color.


A woman sitting in a papasan style chair.

Stabilizing a Papasan Chair?The circular cushioned seating area on the papasan chair can seem unstable and move around too much for some owners. This is a page about stabilizing a papasan chair.


Drawer painted with flowers.

Fixing Dresser Drawers That Stick After Painting?This is a page about dresser drawers stick after painting. Its not uncommon for drawers to stick after they have been newly painted. Rubbing the sliding edges of the drawers with a bar of soap or paraffin will usual resolve the issue.


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Outdoor Furniture Leaves White Marks On Clothing?What causes my white outdoor furniture to leave white chalky marks on my clothing when I sit on it? How do I get it to stop?


Checkered Tablecloth On The Brown Wooden Background.

Removing Stuck on Flannel from a Dining TableSometimes, flannel backed tablecloths can be left on a table for years, becoming stuck to the finish. This is a page about removing stuck on flannel from a dining table.


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Can Skin Oil From Dog Paws Fade a Leather Couch?I was told that the oil from my little dog's paws can cause the color of my leather couch to wear away. I was told that by a repair man from the company from which we bought the set. Is that true?


Nail Polish

Removing Nail Polish from Wood FurnitureThis is a page about removing nail polish from wood furniture. Care must be taken when trying to remove nail polish that has spilled on your wood furniture, so as not to damage the finish.


Sagging Couch

Fixing a Sagging CouchThis is a page about fixing a sagging couch. Over time and with continued usage your couch may begin to sag.


cigarette burning

Repairing Cigarette Burns on Leather?This is a page about repairing cigarette burns on leather. When you or a guest accidentally drops cigarette ash on the leather couch it can leave a burn mark.


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Refinishing an Oak Table?I have an old oak table that is quite grubby and stained. I don't mind the stains too much, as they are reminders of my kids working, eating, and playing at that table. I would however, like to spruce it up a bit.


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Wood Splitting on Bentwood Rocker?I spent months fixing up an old bentwood rocker whilst I was pregnant and have used it everyday for over a year now. The wood on the very bottom, the rocker part, is starting to split apart causing one side to weaken. Is there a any to fix this without having to cut away that section and replace it?


Nail Polish Remover Damaged Wood Vanity Finish - spots in finish

Nail Polish Remover Damaged Wood Vanity Finish?My niece was over a couple of days ago, and she was painting her nails on my vanity. I walked out of the room for a few minutes, to find her putting nail polish remover on a Q-tip on the vanity.


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Type of Staples Needed for Recovering Chairs?What type of staples do I need to use on very hard wood chairs to recover the seats? I have a heavy duty staple gun, but last time I re-covered them, the staples wouldn't go in.


A leather couch with a blanket protecting from sun damage.

How to Prevent Sun Damage on Leather FurnitureFurniture that is left near a bright window for a long time can become faded or even cracked. This is a page about how to prevent sun damage on leather furniture.


Nail Polish Spill

Nail Polish Remover Stain On Dresser?Nail polish remover spills on furniture can damage the finish and be difficult to repair without refinishing the piece. This is a page about nail polish remover stain on dresser.


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Scotch Tape Removed Color From Leather Couch?I removed a piece of scotch tape from a leather sofa, it took the color off where the tape was. How do I return the brown shade to the area where the tape was?


An older leather couch.

Fixing a Squeaky CouchRusty springs and loos attachments can make a couch squeaky when you sit down in it. This is a page about fixing a squeaky couch.


Spray painted formica dining room table.

Painting a Formica Tabletop?Formica is a long-lasting table or counter top surface. Painting a Formica tabletop is a perfect way to update the look of your kitchen or dining room space without replacing all the furniture.


Ashtray on patio table next to metal chair with fabric seat cushion

Repairing a Burn Hole in an Outdoor Cushion?This is a page about repairing a burn hole in an outdoor cushion. Outdoor fires can send embers flying onto your patio or garden furniture leaving a burn hole in the fabric cushions.


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Repairing Legs on Couch?The wood that the couch legs screw into is completely obliterated. What can I do to fix it? I'd like to have a couch that doesn't sit on the floor.



Repairing Dents in Lampshades?This is a page about repairing dents in lampshades. Because of the materials used, lampshades can get dents if hit or knocked to the floor.


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Repairing a Burn Hole on Couch?I have a burn hole in my couch. What is the best way to repair it?


White Crib

Repairing a CribThis page is about repairing a crib. Make sure your young one is safe and secure in their bed.


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Using Shoe Polish On Leather Furniture?I have beautiful leather living room furniture in a dark reddish brown color. It was expensive and (I thought) good quality. I'm very careful with it and use leather cleaning products regularly. My husband's recliner has patches where the leather is "crinkling" as opposed to cracking.


Old leather Couch with missing button

Repairing a Leather CouchYour beautiful leather couch is starting to show its age, with worn spots, wrinkles, and more. Before you go buy a new one, consider repairing and rejuvenating it yourself. This is a page about repairing a leather couch.


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Nail Polish Remover Stain on Sofa?I recently spilled some nail polish remover on my sofa and it has removed some color. It has left a gray stain on what was a black sofa. Can someone help me before the other half finds out!


Black Leather swivel recliner and ottoman against white background

Fixing a Squeaky Platform Swivel RockerThis is a page about fixing a squeaky platform swivel rocker. Fixing the squeak on a swivel rocker is necessary for your sanity and the enjoyment of your chair.


Leather Couch

Fixing a Faded Leather CouchRepairing faded spots on your leather couch may be difficult. Check out some possible solutions on this page. This is a page about fixing a faded leather couch.


microfiber couch

Fixing a Burn Mark on Microfiber?This is a page about fixing a burn mark on microfiber. Burns to fabric are often difficult to repair.


Blue Chairs and Table on Patio

Repairing Patio FurnitureThis is a page to repairing patio furniture. Patio furniture is exposed to the elements day and night. It is no surprise then that the furniture on your patio is often in need of repair.


Repairing the Seam on a Wonder Table Bench Seat

How to Repair the Seam on a Leather Bench Seat?Sometimes, a small fix can extend the lifespan of an upholstered item and make it look almost brand-new. This page has advice about how to repair the seam on a leather bench seat.


cat on a wicker chair

Repairing Cat Scratches on Wicker Furniture?This is a page about repairing cat scratches on wicker furniture. Cats love to scratch and wicker furniture is a tempting substitute for a scratching post. Depending on the level of damage there are a few methods you can use to repair the area scratched by your pet.


Cat laying on leather couch with claws extended toward camera

Repairing Cat Scratches on Leather FurnitureThis is a page about repairing cat scratches on leather furniture. Cats like to scratch, particularly when grooming their nails. If you have leather furniture it may have been damaged by your kitty.


A vintage chest of drawers.

Repairing an Imperial Painted Chest?I inherited this painted chest. It was made by Imperial in Grand Rapids, MI, I think after 1962. What would be the best manner to correct the damage and condition issues? Would restoring it affect the value? Thank you.


Cardboard underneath a couch cushion.

Free Fix for Sagging SofaOur older sofa and loveseat were losing support. There are sofa supports for sale at about $25 each. However, I used a large box, cut it in half, folded it and placed it under the cushions.


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Removing a Burn Mark?How do you remove a burn mark in light wood?


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Ideas for Refilling for Bean Bag Chairs?Looking for an alternative for refilling beanbag chairs. Tired of refilling with styrofoam which doesn't last and when old can't be taken to recycling.


A torn up side to a couch.

How to Fix Cat Scratches on CouchWe adopted a cat last year and she went to town on our new sofa, scratching it until it looked like a shag carpet. We tried deterrent sprays, laying blankets over the spot, and finally the sticky paper the eventually got her to stop.


A woman reupholstering a chair.

Reupholstering FurnitureOld furniture can be given new life by replacing the upholstery. All sort of fabric, vinyl or even leather can be used to update vintage or even antique wooden furniture.


A recovered chaise lounge.

Reupholstered Chaise LoungeOur first attempt with a more advanced reupholstery project. This chaise lounge was a neighborhood throw-away which we picked up and brought home to upcycle.


A spot on the finish of a black table.

Repairing a Spot on a Black Dining Table?This black painted table got something on it that has caused blotches. Is there anything to do to restore the finish? Thank you!


Removing Black Spots on an Antique Mirror? - small mirror

Removing Black Spots on an Antique Mirror?How do I remove black spots on an antique dressing table mirror?


A couch upholstered in purple velvet.

Repairing Broken Legs on an Upholstered Couch?How you repair a broken leg on an upholstered couch will depend on the age and style of the piece. Home improvement stores often sell replacement legs that screw into the couch frame. Other furniture leg styles may require very different solutions such as gluing or having a furniture repair specialist fix it.


Reattaching Arm on Reclining Sofa - arm separated from seat base

Reattaching the Arm on a Reclining Sofa?Sometimes, furniture can become disassembled during use. If an arm becomes detached, it can often be fixed although some damage may still show.


An upcycled table with a wooden top.

Upcycled Storage TableThe frame from a broken glass topped table can be fitted with a wooden lower shelf and top for its second run. This page offers instructions for salvaging an old table and adding some storage space.


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A chair seat covered with a cheerful blue seat cover with fish.

Make Seat Covers from a Vinyl TableclothRecovering seating such as deck chairs or other furniture that needs a sturdy or spill proof seat cover can be done less expensively with a pretty vinyl tablecloth. This is a page about make seat covers from a vinyl tablecloth.


Refurbishing Goodwill Patio Chairs

Refurbishing Goodwill Patio ChairsI found 2 chairs at Goodwill that will fit with my outdoor deck for extra seating, with little cost. Goodwill had a sale and I got both chairs for under $5. With some outdoor fabric and paints, I transformed them!


Tablecloth for Reupholstering a Chair - chair with reupholstered seat

Tablecloth for Reupholstering a ChairDo you have any extra tablecloths you don't need? The tablecloths could be turned into upholstery fabric for your chairs! You could save money versus buying fabric by the yard. This is what we did for the chair seats!


An upcycled table with a wooden top.

Upcycled Storage TableHere is how to take a table frame that is plain and/or broken and make it into a usable table with plenty of storage. First, taking your table frame, put it on the cardboard and newspaper in a well-ventilated area and paint it the desired color.


Coffee on a Table

Removing Drink Rings from FurnitureThis is a page about removing drink rings from furniture. Drink glasses or cups can leave marks on your furniture.


A torn up side to a couch.

How to Fix Cat Scratches on CouchWe adopted a cat last year and she went to town on our new sofa, scratching it until it looked like a shag carpet. We tried deterrent sprays, laying blankets over the spot, and finally the sticky paper the eventually got her to stop.



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Stuck Drawer?Anyone know how we can unjam a drawer? We've moved and had to wipe down some furniture with some bleach water due to allergies and we left it outside to air dry. We cannot get this drawer out? Others are fine just one is not!


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Repairing A Glider Chair?The screws in my 30+ year-old glider (used daily) are getting loose again. I have tightened/replaced them several times over the years, so now the wood has been reamed by the screws. I thought I'd drill holes all the way through and fasten with nuts and bolts. I bought wing nuts and lock washers to use with the bolts, figuring it would be easier to get my small hands in the tight spaces than to use conventional nuts and a wrench. Has anyone tried replacing screws with nuts/bolts?


A wooden hall table.

Refinishing a Mersman Table?Can this Mersman hall table be refinished? Is it solid wood with veneers? This belongs to my son-in-law who inherited it from his grandfather. Hewould like it refinished to a different colour, but I want to make sure it solid wood and not MDF or something else. The finish now has dark flecks of stain to give it texture, which is throwing me off. I would appreciate any information on wood type or history.


The mechanism for a pull out sofa.

Broken Pull Out Sofa?Hello, I have a pull out bed and its frame is divided in three parts. It closes and opens perfectly, but when I lay down putting weight on the first part, it bends as if I am about to close it. I haven't found anything broken in it so I don't understand what the problem is. Please help! I uploaded a picture of its mechanism as well


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Reclining Glider Rubbing On One Side?Hi there. I have bought a glider recliner second hand and it appears to be rubbing on one side, and then not getting a smooth glide and a lot of noise because of this. I've looked online and there are plenty of articles on if the bearings have gone but nothing about if one side is rubbing against another.


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Removing a Burn Mark?How do you remove a burn mark in light wood?


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