* Every home gets unsightly cracks, scuffs and nicks
* Most people assume any fix involves professional-level handicraft
* These 5 easy-to-use products cover scuffs, cracks and chips
Every home eventually has them. Nicks, cracks and chips can make furniture unsightly. Whether caused by your rowdy kids, they appeared after a raging party or you nicked a piece of wood while cleaning, these marks don’t disappear by themselves. Plus, more often than not, they appear like a problem that’s too difficult to fix without professional help.
But we’re here to tell you it’s not as difficult as it may appear. We’ve put together a few of the most handy house-fixing hacks, which will allow you to renew your walls, doors, tables, chairs and more. What’s even better is these fixes don’t require a high level of understanding and can be purchased and used by almost anyone.
So if you find yourself staring at that chip on the wall and wondering whether this is all too good to be true, now’s the time to learn how to fix scratches at home.
1. Guardsman Wood Touch-Up Markers
Got nicks in your furniture? Color them in. It may seem too simple, but it works. Inside this pack of
2. Soto Touch Up Paint
3. Erase-A-Hole Wall Repair Putty
You may not remember or even know how it got there, but it’s amazing how often small holes or dents can appear in walls. Luckily,
4. MagicEzy Tile Fix
Cracked tiles are a nightmare and most often leave you feeling like the only fix is to replace the whole thing. However, with MagicEzy Tile Fix, it’s actually possible to use structural grade adhesive to repair cracks and chips in one simple application. There are a range of color options to ensure the fix color matches your existing tiles. Plus, it can also be used on ceramics, stone, laminate, wood and more. It’s also important to note that the tile fix requires nothing more than a toothpick and hairdryer.
5. American Standard Enamel Touch-Up Paint
American Standard 070900-0210A Repair Parts Paint Enamel Steel Touch-Up Bone
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