Loose Chair Stretcher. Glue to use: Polyurethane. This adhesive sticks to wood, metal, and even old glue. When exposed to water, it expands as it cures, reducing the wiggle room in loose joints. How-to tips: Wearing gloves, lightly dampen one side of the project, then add a thin layer of glue to the other side; clamp for up to 2 hours. Clean up spills with paint thinner. One to try: Gorilla Glue Polyurethane
How to replace black moldy caulk and clean a tile shower. Ugh. Gonna have to do this with one of our showers since every other pinterest tip on cleaning moldy caulk just ain't making it looking good as new! Ewwwwww.
How to Repair Drawers Over time, wooden drawers that are well-used will begin to show wear and tear. Boards can warp and lose their fit, guides slide poorly along worn runners, and the frame of your piece may become damaged. With prompt attention, most drawers can be fixed and returned to use, enabling them to glide open smoothly, holding everything from sweaters to silverware. Here are some of the most common problems with draws: