What is the best way to clean a vintage metal lunchbox without destroying its value?
Do I want to remove the rust or leave it? Thank you.
After watching a lot of pawn stars, american pickers, antique roadshows, they all seem to say you should NEVER restore anything unless that is your profession especially if you have plans on selling it.
I watch the same shows and was thinking the same thing....but maybe a little mild soap and water couldn't hurt and would at least take off the dirt....
by arizonataylor 9 years ago
How do you drain a fiberglass swimming pool without destroying it?I need to drain the pool to make repairs, but I've been told that I shouldn't drain a fiberglass pool. The pool can lift out of the ground and do severe damage to the concrete deck. Some Internet sites say that there is a...
by YoungPhilosopher8 10 years ago
Can capitalism continue to be as the main political system without destroying us ?
by Christin Sander 10 years ago
How to tear down old 70's chic ugly paneling without destroying the original wood wall?I am redoing my kitchen and the previous owners put ugly paneling up at one point over what were once beautiful real wood walls from the late 1800's - Why on earth someone would do that is beyond me, but I really...
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