With dying my hair at home I have splashed dye on the walls and the lino flooring. Can I just paint it over? Cannot get to shops to buy new lino.
What’s the best way to paint paneling, it’s not real wood it’s like a pressed board type with a shinny surface. Towards the bottom I have spots that are ruined ... See more
I need to paint my bathroom cabinet doors. The finish seems glossy and slick! My husband thinks it is a white enamel gloss. Suggest the paint I need to use!
Our cabin has dark paneling, dark floor , and ceiling. I'm keeping the ceiling ,but would like to paint the walls. Dont know what color.( furniture is neutral color).... See more
I am so beyond myself with a crappy paint job in large area. The painter didn't sand the walls before priming. I figured he would after priming since he didn't before... See more
My cabinets are 1998 builders grade laminate, is there a product I can use to paint and update them? I've heard a lot of success stories about chalk paint but I'm no... See more
The mantel will be gray also. How can I figure what bricks to paint.
Brick has been painted in white semi gloss. I want the flat white to be thicker to soften brick and mortar. I have 5 gallons of white interior paint on hand. Than... See more
I have a laminated cabinet that I'd like to change the color. I don't know what to use in order for the paint to adhere to the surface without easily peeling off.
Our daughter and her husband are renting a house which some pretty ugly kitchen counter tops. Because it is a rental it has to be a temporary fix...is there a way to ... See more
I want to repaint my kitchen cupboards, anything special I need to do. Should I re-sand them, etc.? Thanks
i have 3 end and a coffee table i want to paint. i already cleaned them with TSP and water. my plan is to sand them and prime them with a spray and then spray paint t... See more
I Want to paint these walls light and make my house brighter
Looking for best way to chalk paint and age new built cabinets. I’m looking for great results; not necessarily cheapest way
My kitchen needs brightened up and I want creamy off-white satin or flat finish with very little distressing only on the edges. Would this be an option with the type ... See more
I want to spray on primer from a can, then either roll on latex paint with a high density foam roller, or spray the topcoat, too.