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Deck in bad shape

Remove Peeling Stain From a Wood Deck

How to remove peeling finish from your deck with these DIY tips. Even the best deck stain will flake away eventually. The best way to deal with a peeling deck is to remove the offending paint or stain and begin from scratch. You’ll need to remove the damage, sand the surface, recondition, and then restain....
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Casement Window

Window Treatment Solutions for Casement Windows

Window treatments for casement windows. A casement window is a window that is attached to its frame by one or more hinges. Casement windows are hinged at the side and are opened with a crank, which is placed around hand height or at the bottom and serves as a window lock. This important aspect is vital to keep in mind when...
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Hirshfield's color of the month

June Color of the Month: Odyssey Lilac 1218

If you think you would never use lilac in your home, this is the color that could change your mind.  Its understated sophistication is perfect for making a quiet statement or adding a touch of color to a neutral scheme. Accent with warm woods, pottery, and items in matte silver, bronze, or burnished copper. Odyssey...
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MPS Assistive Technology Center

Every year Hirshfield’s donates Rust-Oleum® Ultimate Water Based Polyurethane and Skid-Tex, an anti-slip paint additive, to the Minneapolis Schools Assistive Technology Program. ATC sent us some photos of the equipment where they used our products and we had to share. ABOUT THE PROGRAM:  The Assistive Technology Center (ATC) provides help with evaluations to determine if...
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Flag Day july 4th decor

Colors Of The Day: Red, White And Blue

Celebrate Flag Day with these patriotic inspirations. How did the iconic red, white, and blue come to be? These shades now synonymous with freedom, equality, and baseball inspire patriotic pride throughout the country. The rich story behind these historic hues may surprise you. Patriotic Projects Let red, white, and blue serve as your color palette.
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Christmas Letter

Friday Finds: Historic Christmas Letters

For many people, the holidays are a time for reflection. For others, a time for tradition. At Hirshfield’s, we like to review the following exchange of Christmas-time letters as a symbol of both. We look back at these letters, written during WWII, and see the remarkable bond between our Hirshfield’s family and an employee serving...
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staging a home

Design Inspiration: Home Staging Gives New Life to Tired Rooms

Are you tired of the same old, same old? Think your bedroom feels tired, your living room needs life, or your dining room feels drab? You may be ready for a mini makeover. It’s time for some home staging. Jay Nuhring is an interior designer with a background in home staging. He likes to work with...
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gray paint colors

Choosing Colors: Going From Beige to Greige

I love to decorate my home and it never ceases to amaze me how much color can transform a room – from paint to accessories. For years (seriously, I think for a whole decade), my house was draped in paint from Hirshfield’s with names like Tobacco Road, Accessible Beige and Golden Thread.
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Primed walls

Do I Need to Use Primer?

With so many combination Paint & Primer formulas, do you even need to use primer? The answer is, it depends.
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Can of Natura Paint

Breathing Easy With Zero VOC Paint

Choosing a No VOC paint used to mean sacrificing quality. This is no longer true! Learn more.
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