These photos are of our kitchen walls? We live in a rented apartment that has recently been completely renovated and these bubbles are on several of the kitchen and ... See more
My bathroom floor has a very worn & old nenolium with the patterns worn flat in spots. It's an off yellow. Instwad of replacing it or covreing it with more flooring. ... See more
what paint works best? Easy steps to spray tall vases
We installed vinyl planking in the kitchen. I put Mannington polish down, and a couple of hours later I put a vase without water on the floor. This was about 2 weeks ... See more
when painting baseboards, do I caulk them first or paint them first for a clean finish. Also can I use water n my finger to create a smooth finish or is there somethi... See more
What is the best paint to use to repaint ceramic lamps? I made these many years ago in a ceramics class, but the color is wrong now for my decor. Will a spray paint ... See more
Renter-The paint is breaking & chipping apart from moisture from shower's /baths. Is there a fix to it OR is it going to be a entire re-paint job??
I have an older fan in the living room. It works great, but the fixtures are that bright brass color. Is there a paint that can be used to paint the bright gold col... See more
A drywaller told us that he would have to paint the gyproc with first a chalk paint and then a primer to prevent the tanning (dark color of the paper) from bleeding t... See more
Purchased a jute rug 10x14. It arrived in brown instead of oyster/ivory like i wanted. Discovered it was non-refundable.
The coffee table has a factory mahogany finish. What process should be done prior to painting it. I do know that it has to be sanded, but what is the process?
here’s what it looks like where the finish is all spotted
I’m going to paint the table black and I would like the chairs distressed with colors still showing. May add a wood seat to the chairs.
I live in a manufactured home and the cupboards in the kitchen & bathrooms are really just paper covered particle board. The years of damp fingers are removing the f... See more
My wall is already painted in a shade of green. I'd like to add some stripes to freshen it up. Any suggestions for color?
I painted my dishwasher and my stove but the results wasn't like I expected. My project has gone horribly wrong. Please, Does someone knows how to fix it? Thanks!
When ever it's that dreadful time to color the old roots of my hair , I have to wrap the bathroom walls in plastic , otherwise ,if I don't , some splatter will adhere... See more