Caulk or mortar will do the job, followed by a touch of paint.
Even if something is painted with lead paint, you can still repaint safely.
Several kinds of channels are available to make ugly audio wires blend in.
If the water line is blocked, repiping is probably the best solution.
Acrylic-epoxy adhesive is the way to go, but you have to work fast.
Added molding might cover the damage. Otherwise, paint could hide it.
A chipped corner of a concrete porch can be fixed, but it might not look the same as the rest of the porch.
Heat-pump dryers are energy-efficient and don't heat the clothes, but they're often more expensive than traditional dryers.
A company in Seattle specializes in down-pillow repairs, but other options are also available.
Sanding could help — or make it look worse. Leaving it as-is might be the best option.