I got a new slow cooker and the old one isn't donatable. I thought I'd paint the crock and use it as a planter. Is there a specific paint for that?
That was used at holidays for large Win down, etc.
We have shiplapped our entire 1939 Colonial on Galveston Island. We painted the kitchen ones beforehand, but had to repaint and caulk and I'm still not happy. I've h... See more
I have a wooden small drop leaf table that has no varnish or other coating on it. I want to try a project with chalk paint. What is the best way to go about it?
I have "pickled oak" kitchen cabinets. I just want a refreshed look. I thought I wanted to stain over them with the same color. What I read about General Finishes ... See more
I've had my first (of many, I'm sure) disastrous DIY project. I have covered my entire kitchen cabinetry with chalk paint and I hate it. It's streaky, it's cracking, ... See more
I have used this product for the first time thinking I could save a step by applying the stain and the poly in one swoop. What a mistake that was! I almost cried when... See more
How to paint buffalo plaid sign
My roommate bought her home and it needs a lot of work. She's a senior on a fixed income so we're trying to do it ourselves as cheap as possible. The floors look lik... See more
I have a child's spring horse that I want to paint. Any ideas? The horse is plastic (?) & the frame is metal, very smooth painted surface. Any ideas?
I want to paint frosted glass globes a color.
We have stained concrete floors and I’m wondering if I could stencil a rug on them?
I am refinishing a dining table top for my porch and using unicorn spit for a fun and colorful stain. Is it ok to seal the top with tung oil and then polycrylic? I wa... See more
I want to paint my table so that the wood gets a look as if it is old.
Is there a good sealer for copper leaf...something other than the speed ball brand that is hard to find?
Over the winter I decided to paint some wooden pallet boards for something to do. Now that there finished I’d like to put them outside on the back fence but not sur... See more
I am on the board of a Habitat Restore and we want to take our donated furniture and repurpose it for resale to make money for the Restore.
What is the best method of paint removal? With chemical or heat gun?
It's counter quality plywood to be used indoors by my dog as a perch to look outside.
it is the heavy textured wall paper and painted lt lavender...I do not care for how I put it on and would like to do some texture over the the texture to smoothout th... See more
The most easy one to use on furniture, with out much or none pretreatment work...Regards Sigurlaug...