How come distressed-aged look is so popular? When I see that finish I want to repaint it. Am I the only one out there?
I have some white ceramic teapots. I want to paint designs on them, and hang from a shepard's hook for garden decor. Should I use acrylic paint? If so, do I need t... See more
I have a three by two feet plywood 5mm board that i want to paint. How do i prime or paint it without it warping? I was told that if I paint a strip corner to corn... See more
So my husband pulled up our carpet in the living room and painted the floor (it’s real plywood) now I want to remove the paint(it’s blue) and I’m wanting to jus... See more
I have faux brick in my kitchen and wondered if it is easy to paint? and if so what paint do you recommend
I bought a Behren's metal tub I want to use for a water feature. How do I paint it inside and out so it doesn't rust? Thanks!
Its for a bathroom
I wire brushed four metal chairs which started rusting after sandblasting for my mom. I also sanded and primed her old chevy truck hood and a 6 ft tall metal alligato... See more
How can I do a wall in my living room to a white weathered look and for a reasonably priced material? Thanks
Right now my living room tables are a dated oak, but I’d love them if they were more of a cherry wood color. REALLY don’t want to strip them first! Any suggestion... See more
I have concrete blocks in the basement and I need to know what kind of primer I need before I paint. Should I use latex or oil-based paint? Also, can I just paint cei... See more
I found this table while visiting my daughter in WA. I thought I could probably replicate the table from a table top that I have been saving. The way I had thought ... See more
Hi, I have a very ornate hand carved table I bought to refinish. It’s stripped and sanded down from a dark stain. Can I use multiple blended colors as a light-mediu... See more
I HAVE OLD DRESSER HAS SOME GOLD IN THE BEADING THE DRAWS ARE ERY DULL LOOKING CAN I BRUSH ON GOLD PAINT THEN WIPE OFF WITH A RAG IT NEEDS SOMETHING THANK YOU
I saw a coffee table that looked weathered, with blues, red, purple, brown and some white. It was beautiful. I would like to get that multilayered look, but not sur... See more
Hi there. Since I rent, and am a single parent of a son who does not work (LOL), I am interested in painting my counter tops. Previously, I started with 'contact pape... See more
The backsplash in our 1970’s kitchen has the old faux brick. We can’t remove it because it would probably damage the sheet rock. Can the brick and grout be pain... See more
I have a mis tint that I bought for $5 in yellow. I’ld like to make it lighter. It is latex paint. Can I add some white latex to get the lighter yellow? It’s one ... See more
Thinking about painting kitchen cabinets with chalk paint but I think they need sanded. What is the best process?
Probably 6 or 7 layers of paint since the 1950's. Having been chipping away at it but need to remove it all now