Sure, wood paneling might have been very fashionable in the 1960s, but we’ve come a long way since. So if you find yourself wondering why you haven’t removed yours, today might just be your lucky day to get rid of it.
Plying off wood paneling only takes a few minutes, and you’ll be pleased with just how much better your walls will look. You might need to repaint afterward, so keep that in mind if you decide to undertake this project.
Just because a DIY project might involve a bit of electricity doesn't mean you should make the call to your local repairman. Replacing your overtly bright light with a dimmer switch should be very doable and very satisfying.
But first, make sure you have all the right tools. You'll need a screwdriver, a compatible dimmer switch, electrical tape, and a non-contact voltage tester.
Wine Cork Table Fix
Be sure to save the cork from your wine and cheese dinner party, it could come in handy next time you need to fix a wobbly table.
All that needs to be done is have the measurements taken of the height you need and slice it off with a utility knife. Glue it in place with superglue, although wood glue would be preferred.
Whether you’re a seasoned DIY enthusiast or consider yourself new to doing your own decorations, the challenge of properly and beautifully upholstering your furniture is a unique one. While replacing old fabric with a new design is totally doable, all you need is a drill, a stapler, and new fabric.
Plus, it can really level up your home decor. There are many ways you can upholster furniture, so be sure to do some research before you get started.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a DIY project that's as fun as caulking. So if you find the caulk around your sink is looking a little drab, then you can remove it with a putty knife and re-caulk the lining for a smoother finish.
If you need a little help removing the old caulk, then you can just get some caulk remover at any hardware store.