If you have old things at home that are asking for garbage, do not rush to throw them away. Perhaps they have a chance to start a new life, as happened in the cases from our selection. A little time, patience, effort and the old battered thing again looks like it was just brought from the store.
"I restored the century-old doors of the mausoleum."
A little effort and a strange piece of wood turned into a beautiful board for serving cheese.
"The result of the restoration of a children's bench for my daughter's class."
And someone would just throw it in the trash.
Zippo lighter from 1995 before and after restoration.
Who would have thought that they could shine so much!
"My wife wanted to throw it away, but I gave the old cart a second chance."
It's like a completely different table.
It will last for decades more.
"I bought this guy for $ 1 at a charity sale and returned him to his former greatness."
"I bought an old-fashioned guitar from the 1960s and added a little freshness to it."
"My grandmother did not want to part with the old iron, so I decided to update it a little."
And now try to say that this is the key of 1939!
Updated and made a small variety.
Now these 1930s school chairs can be used again.
"This cleaver was used by my great-grandfather."
The result of the restoration of an antique stool.
Sometimes a little polishing works wonders.
A cheap knife from a flea market now looks like a professional chef's tool.
An interesting thing: both a shoe horn and a bottle opener at the same time.
"Making the old castle new!".
Retro radio restoration. Look at how the plastic was updated!