Carpeting ripped off stairs revealed gaps on both sides of the risers and treads where the carpet once wrapped around. These gaps were filled with foam gap filler, the kind used to insulate openings up to 1” from drafts. Then the filler was wiped down to just below the top since it dries solid. After it had dried, sand-able, paintable spackle was used on top of the foam sealant and allowed to dry. Once touched up with paint, the gaps disappeared.
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You've seen it—trim painted so smooth and free of brushstrokes that it looks factory coated—but didn't know how to achieve it. After reading this, you will:1. Prep the surface by sanding to knock down old blobs and brushstrokes. Vacuum and wipe with a tack cloth. 2. Brush on a high-build alkyd- or water-based primer. When dry, sand with 220-grit paper, and tack. 3. Filter 100 percent acrylic latex gloss paint through a disposable strainer bag to remove any impurit...
1. Glue 25 pieces of colored construction paper together. 2. Let dry over night. 3. Sand the front and the back until all the layers are visible. 4. Squeeze the silver clip to poke a hole and secure onto the top. 5. Paint with clear nail polish.
Who needs a picture frame? Mason jars make adorable frames for photos of family and friends. Add dried sand and shells for decoration, or objects with sentimental value! They make an adorable home accent.
Here are the simplified steps: In a bucket, mix 3/4 water with 1/4 bleach place sand dollars in solution remove after turning white place on flat surface dry in sunlight coat one side with solution of 1/2 Elmer’s Glue and 1/2 water let dry on wax paper coat other side let dry Enjoy finding a special bowl to display them or fun project!