Is There Any Way to Remove Some of the Small Rust Spots on the Legs of My 1950's Diner Table and Cha

Use 0000 fine steel wool to polish the chrome and remove/smooth down the rusted areas. Make sure everything is clean before you begin. Once begun, besure to manuver the steel wool so that it is not scrubbing the area, with the fine chrome particles it collects, back over the chrome. What the steel wool collects, can scratch the good chrome, if you do not keep changing to a fresh portion of the pad. The oil that is in the steel wool pad will stop the steel under-surface from rusting for a week or two. Chrome polishes will last much longer,to protect the steel from re-rusting.

1. what can I put into a small diningroom/besides a table and chairs to make it more interesting?

Ok, I would start out with the wall paper! Many abstract or unique patterns to choose from and that will start the accent of the room. Then, you go with the trim. Both on the top of the ceiling, and as a border along the walls. (dont forget to do the doors outline). Put chair molding up for a different accent too. Paint the doors to the cupboards a different color for panels. (Closet doors can be outlined, and panels painted two tones lighter than the room). Pictures on the walls! Family, friends. Ornimentations, also. (Home Interior is good for this). Some pictures you can have accent lights (one or two...dont over do it in a small room). A large rubber plant in the corner is a good eye catcher for green! (I love those things when it comes to a color splash). You may even want a few hanging baskets in corners with large plants...(make sure nothing is under then so that if you water them, and it leaks, no water damage will occur!). Try accents on the windows. LOWES has different window treatments that can "color" the windows, so that you have a different mood in the air... Also, a lght! Thats a focal point of the room, a good chandelier if your going provincial, or upbeat lighting if your more modern. (But remember, if you go for a crystal chandelier, YOU GOTTA CLEAN EACH CRYSTAL!! Time consumming!!). I wish you well.. Jesse

2. Tips on repainting my kitchen table and chairs?

About 15 years ago I built my wife a table against the kitchen wall a put 4 stools around it. While I was at work she painted it with gloss black Rustoleum that I had in the shed. She even rubbed some stencils on it - then clear coated it. It has lasted through 9 kids and 8 grandkids. It has not peeled or chipped. There have been some instances with gouges and knife marks that she subsequently sanded and repainted. I am impressed

3. when your on the computer are you sitting on a computer chair or do you use the table chairs?

i broke my leg months ago since then em on bed.. using pc lying on bed comfortable as said to b heaven

4. Where can I find an inexpensive table and chairs to seat a bunch of 2-year olds for pizza / cake?

You could rent from a place like Taylor Rental or you could borrow one from your church (if you attend)

5. Senior Citizens did your mother let you turn the kitchen table and chairs upside down when you were little to?

My mom was so good about stuff like that. We would use sheets and clothespins and chairs to make huge tents that filed our (small) living room

6. What color paint goes with a red table and chairs?

In color science, two colors are called complementary if, when mixed they produce a shade of grey (including white). In most perceptual color models, white is towards the center of the color space, and complementary colors will lie roughly opposite each other. The clearest example is the HSV color space, in which complementary colors lie opposite each other on the wheel (or on any circular cross-section). In most discussions of complementary color, only fully saturated, bright colors are considered. However, under the formal definition, brightness and saturation are also factors. Thus, in the formal CIE 1931 color space, any color of a particular dominant wavelength can be balanced to create white/grey by adding a particular amount (i.e. brightness) of the complementary wavelength, or a different amount of less saturated versions of the complementary wavelength. look at a color wheel

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