Salvage a Painted Antique by Removing Grease and Water Marks and Restoring the Stained and Varnished Beauty of Its Wood
Learn how to restore rather than refinish an antique table with a scratched and lifeless finish
by Ron Hazelton on November 22, 2014 in News
by Ron Hazelton on October 28, 2014 in News
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My cat has stuff to play on but she likes my office chair with the high back
Good clear demonstration on how to do this! Thank you so much.
what a neat play area for cats!my cat would love this!somebody sure was thinking like a cat when they designed this!great job!
We have a cat & a dog & they get along great... Our cat dose like high places. The cat already has something like you shown That my wife found at a flea market. paid $6.00 for it.
It probably needs to be higher off the ground.
You'd probably want to use a low VOC paint.
It's a little short. Mine is about 12" from the ceiling. With a tube on the top.
How did yours turn out? Does Kitty like it?
Twelve cats? Is that legal?
How did it turn out?
I spent two weeks making one of these and Puddy won't have anything to do with it. I even put some catnip in it. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Can't believe you didn't show a video of the cats playing in the tree!
thanks! this gives me some good techniques that I had not thought of. I love the drill idea for sisal. huge time saver. I was planning on using heavy cardboard tubes, but pvc sounds like a much better way.
This is awesome!