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How To Remove Smoke, Heat, And Water Damage From A Wooden Chair After A House Fire

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Fire, smoke, and water damage wreaks havoc on wood furniture during house fires. Here is how you can salvage a wooden chair that has been in a house fire, but hasn’t been directly burned by the flames. You Will Need: Restore Wood Finish Product Ultra-Fine Steel Wool Wood Furniture Wax Rags Apply Restore Finish You need to remove the dirt and soot from the surface of the wood to see what type of damage has actually been done to the chair.…

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4 Problems Your Garbage Disposal Might Have

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Garbage disposals are a handy tool to have in the kitchen. Nothing can be more annoying when it suddenly stops working or doesn’t work properly. Here are four common problems your garbage disposal may have and how to troubleshoot them. It’s Clogged This is one of the most common problems people have with their garbage disposal. Most people reach for the phone to call a repairman, but you may be able to fix it yourself.…

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Cool Tools For Any Home Enthusiast's Tool Box

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If you want to enhance your ability to complete routine chores and projects around the home, there are a few specialty tools that will prove worthwhile investments. The cost to purchase these items is a mere fraction of what you would pay if you hired someone to complete tasks and home maintenance chores, and these tools are widely found at your favorite home improvement retail venues. Supplement your tools and supplies with some of these practical suggestions.…

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Guarantee Stability And Avoid Costly Failures - Signs Your Masonry Needs Repointing

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One of the most popular characteristics of brick homes is their associated strength and permanence. Most brick and mortar structures require very little maintenance, and professional brickwork is designed to last for decades. However, even the best masonry can develop issues over time, and there are signs that you need to be aware of that can signal that your masonry requires repointing. Below, you’ll find a guide to some of those warning signs.…

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Repairing Dents With Stud Welding: Is DIY A Good Idea?

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If you have noticed dents and dings in your vehicle that are making it appear older than it really is, then you are probably trying to decide how to repair them. Body shop prices can sometimes be expensive and time-consuming, and if you’re on a budget, you may not want to go that route. Another alternative would be to purchase a stud welder gun and kit in order to remove the dents yourself.…

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3 Little Known Facts About Fire Damage Repair

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If you have suffered from a house fire, there is a lot you should know to ensure that you get the damage repaired quickly and successfully. First off, you must be sure that you contact your homeowners insurance to guarantee that you receive your coverage. An insurance inspector will come to your home to evaluate the damages, which will then help you receive the compensation for the damages. However, before you call the homeowners insurance, here are three little-known facts that you must know:…

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Two Of Your Questions About Keeping Your Home's Ductwork Clean

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If you are like many other homeowners, there is a strong chance that you seldom think about your air conditioning system’s ducts. However, it is important to note that if these ducts are not regularly cleaned, they can be likely to encounter any number of problems. From mold growth to decreased efficiency, dirty ductwork can be a major inconvenience for your home. Not surprisingly, many homeowners do not fully appreciate the benefits of having their ducts cleaned, but learning the following couple of questions should help you to make informed decisions about whether to have this work done to your home or not:…

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Spring Allergy Trigger Mistakes To Avoid

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As the spring season approaches, allergy sufferers have a hard time enjoying it. However, as long as you avoid these common mistakes, you can reduce how many allergy attacks you experience as a result of the change of seasons. Sleeping With Your Pet It might seem like a great idea to cuddle up with your furry friend, but your allergies won’t be happy. While you can experience allergy attacks from pet dander during any time of the year, it tends to be worse in the spring and weeks leading up to summer.…

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3 Things To Know About House Wrap When Replacing Your Siding

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When the time comes to replace the siding on your home, you may wonder whether you should replace the house wrap too. This is a good question to ask your siding contractor, and the answer is usually yes. House wrap serves a vital role for your home, and here are three things you should know about it. It Protects Your House While you cannot see the house wrap once the siding is installed, it is there to protect your house.…

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How to Fix Up an Old Wrought Iron Swing

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If you are looking for the perfect spring or summertime seat and the perfect decorative accompaniment for your back yard, you should consider investing in a gorgeous wrought iron swing. These pieces are just as charming as they are comfortable, and they can be a perfect fit for any back yard. A great way to get started is to invest in a used wrought iron swing. If you check out your local classifieds, for example, you should be able to find one for a good price.…

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