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  1. Re: Soaked paint off old brass hardware (crock pot method) - now what?

    I guess what I was/am looking for is somewhere between patina and polish. I don't want them to be shiny new brass, but I don't want them to look like something that's been buried for 50 years.
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  2. Soaked paint off old brass hardware (crock pot method) - now what?

    I live in a 1921 Chicago bungalow. I'm stripping the paint from all the original woodwork and attempting to restore the painted hardware as well. Finished the first door today and it looks amazing!...
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    Re: Filling gap between molding pieces

    Well, I only read the first reply before I was off the Lowes, so I got backer rod and caulk. Although, Lowes had no idea what backer rod was and I had to google it to for them to figure it out, LOL....
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    Filling gap between molding pieces

    Hi, all - this is my first post here (be nice). I have a 1921 "jumbo" Chicago style bungalow in Oak Park, Illinois. The dining and living rooms have the original plaster walls and (what I believe to...
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