To remove scratches from a mirror, apply white toothpaste or polishing powder to a damp towel or rag and rub gently at the scratch until it is completely gone. If the scratches are too deep or are on the reverse of the mirror in the silvered surface, then a professional may need to handle the job.Know More
Scratches on a mirror's surface that can easily be felt with a fingernail may not be able to be fixed. Light scratches can be buffed out with polishing compound.
Cracks that appear on drywall can easily be repaired over a day or two. What you need for this repair is a mud pan, a dusk mask, painters tape, a utility knife, a 6-inch knife, a 12-inch taping knife, paper drywall tape, pre-mixed joint compound and setting-type compound.Full Answer >
To fix paint chips on a wall, scrape off the sticking chips from the wall with a putty knife, fill the holes with spackle, sand the wall, then apply primer before painting. To achieve a uniform surface, use paint that is similar to the old paint.Full Answer >
To fix peeling ceiling paint, remove loose paint, apply patching material, sand the patch, prime the repairs and paint the ceiling. If patching the ceiling requires applying texture before painting, use a textured ceiling patch kit.Full Answer >
Begin by switching the circuit breaker to check for a fuse blowout, or replace the starter switch if there are motor problems. Replace the damaged fuse if necessary. You may also need paper, a new check valve, a circuit breaker and wiring for this project.Full Answer >