Warning ~I have a bad case of ‘weather envy’ towards my featured guest.
Today’s tip is brought to you from my friend Josi at Vintage Home in Boulder City, NV. Josi is romping around under sunny skies in 75 degree weather while I’m piled under 4feet of snow freezing my you-know-what off.
I’ll forgive her though because she’s sharing this great tip with all of us today. 😉 😀
Andrea and I visiting Josi on our last trip to Vegas… sun + friends = smiles!
[box] “I want to show you how easy it is to repair a piece that is totally missing.
Look at the foot of the dresser. The light part is remade with a product called Plastic Wood. You buy it at Lowe’s or Home Depot. It’s about the consistency of play dough. You scoop it out of the can and mold it right there.
A whole chunk of that foot was missing now it’s not noticeable.”[/box]
Brilliant! I’ve never tried this product but after seeing this repair, I’ll definitely be trying Plastic Wood in the near future! And thank-you for sharing your tip Josi.
If you have any questions or tips on how to repair missing pieces from your furniture re-do’s, chime in because I always love hearing from you!
You can see more of Vintage Home on Josi’s FB Page and catch last weeks Q-T-T here. If YOU have any ideas or tips you would like to share on the SI Quick-Tip-Tuesday-Series, feel free to send me an email.
Have an amazing day!
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