I just refinished a small dresser in gray and white chalk paint. I want to seal it well since it’s for a baby’s room and have had great luck with Minwax Polycryli... See more
I have a vintage aluminum kids ride ... I primed it with etching paint for aluminum. What is a good paint to use now (nothing in a spray can please)! that I can use ... 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 currently have a plain white laminate counter top. I want to faux marble it with grey. Since it is already white, do I still have to prime & repaint with white be... See more
The glass bowl on my light fixture is stark white but I need to somehow stain or paint it to look the more tea stained color to match ceiling fans. I already tried s... See more
hello all. Would chalk paint be ok to paint our kitchen cupboard doors?. They have a veneer finish. Thank you.
I want to paint pictures on my bathroom wall tiles. So I don’t want to sand them like standard practice for repainting tiles and I can’t put them in an oven such ... See more
I saw a project soaking steel wool in vinegar to apply to wood to age it. How do I do this?
cant seem to locate it again. she painted a small kitchen dark brown and I'm looking for the instructions. can anyone help?
I am looking for an affordable, easy way to update my blue laminate master bathroom cabinet and counter top. If I sand the laminate, can I use gel stain or is it jus... See more
Would you prefer to stencil your own pillow or tote bag?
I have an old aluminum canister set that I'd like to spray paint only the exterior of. Not the interior! Being that I'd still be using it for flour/sugar/etc. would t... See more
My kitchen cabinets are 18years old. They are not real wood. Can they be painted or do I just need to replace them? I have tried cleaning them because some have greas... See more
I want to Renew. ThankS for your Ideals, In advance, I’m also painting front door!!
Perhaps stencil or painting....
I would like to spray a clear coat over my mosaic, but can't seem to find one that doesn't yellow.
Hardware is old, tarnished brass. Will be expensive to replace!
I was trying my hand at wine bottle repurposing and messed up so I was curious how to get the paint off so I can start over.
If this is possible, what kind of prep would I need to do on the mirror beforehand.