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Tips for Making Old Furniture Look like New

When I got married, my mother passed a family heirloom onto me that was a piece of old, wooden furniture that had been in the family for generations. Since it was showing its age, I decided to see if I could learn how to restore it. Before I worked on it, I decided to practice on a few furniture pieces I grabbed at a second-hand store. I soon learned that restoring old furniture was more difficult than I expected, but I also learned how much I love to do it! I soon fell in love with my new hobby and am always working on a new piece. I know there are people out there who want to learn how to restore furniture, so I decided to create a blog to share my tips and tricks for learning a new hobby. I hope I can help you learn your new craft!

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Vacuums endure a lot of abuse; their electrical cords get yanked and caught on furniture, they're constantly exposed to dust and most people never bother to check that the roller brush isn't choked by hair. Despite this, vacuums often last for many years if you care for them properly. Here are some of the most common problems you'll see with your vacuum cleaner and how to fix them. My Vacuum Won't Turn On Read More 

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