Category Archives: Repair tips
One type of repair we sometimes get asked about is how to restore wooden furniture. Parts might be loose or broken, but most often the problem is some sind of mark in the finish, such as a scratch or aRead the Rest »
Inspired by the clock repairs on TV’s ‘The Repair Shop’ just recently, today I decided to finally take a look at a clock taht’s been sitting on the side in my kitchen for quite a while now. I bought itRead the Rest »
Once a piece of plastic is smashed that’s it, right? Well… Actually… Wrong! Andy recently restored this telephone, which arrived in the condition seen in the first photo. He takes up the story of the restoration below: The damage toRead the Rest »
So it was an offer I couldn’t refuse. “Come and take a look at this cooker I’ve been given and I’ll do the cooking part.” It sounded like a fair deal to me, so off I went, toolbox in hand.Read the Rest »
Here at Repair Sheffield we’re big on old stuff. Retro is cool and while reproductions are ok, the genuine original is always better. Here we take a look at old telephones. Where to find them, how to restore them andRead the Rest »
The sun has been shining a bit this last week and I’ve noticed some people starting to think about mowing their lawns again. If you’ve got a petrol mower in the shed, or anything else with a petrol engine, thenRead the Rest »
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