See how a vacuum bristle attachment and an old sock can help with your next project.
Sanding dust lurks everywhere—in the air, on your clothes, and in the pores of the wood. Simply brushing or blowing it off only delays its inevitable landing back into your wet, sticky
I love antiques, but that doesn’t mean I won’t pass up a bargain on a recent reproduction, like this slightly-used oak Arts and Crafts Morris chair Leigh Ann and I spotted at a local thrift shop. The finish was slightly worn, but I knew how to handle that problem.
First we put it
Minwax® is happy to share a post from guest blogger, Erin Spain of DIY on the Cheap. Erin’s blog focuses on attainable design and DIY projects on a budget. See how she created the perfect table for her new home with a few bargain finds, some TLC and of course Minwax® products!
I was in an antiques shop in Galesburg, Illinois, a few weeks ago where I found this circa 1901 Arts and Crafts oak footstool. The leather seat was missing and it was marked $65, but the dealer agreed to take $50 cash. I plan to stain the new leather shown here beside it for a new