My bathroom tile looks dirty all the time because it’s a gross beige color and has a few cracks. I don’t have the funds to retile so I was wondering if I could pa... See more
the ceiling is the old square cardboard type tiles (the house was built in the 70's) so the paint on the ceiling is just flat white, the stars have been there approx... See more
Bottom of the tub has small chips in the finish. Is there a way to repair this or must I refinish the entire tub or replace the tub?
We bought our home 3 years ago. It was built in 1968. As an old chicken farm ,farmhouse. The fireplace is huge , it was their only source of heat when they were farmi... See more
A friend gave me a desk with leather back, sides and inserts . I want to chalk paint it but I'm concerned how the leather will paint?
Is unicorn spit an actual paint or a technique
I just chalk painted my entryway table and want to stencil the trim. I want to use spray paint for the stencil. My question is should I apply the paste wax and poli... See more
I want to make a message board out of a tray. I've never used chalk paint but I have purchased a small bottle of black "chalk" paint. I see that using chalk paint on ... See more
Don't have the money to rip up and lay new flooring, but after moving in to this apt a year ago, looking at the floors each day drives me crazy! Was wondering it I co... See more
I have old 1975 bedroom suit. I would like to paint without sanding and have heard chalk paint can do that. Is that true?
Is it possible to restain boards? I have a stained birch (colored stain, pink, green, etc) paneled wall (plank type) and don't care for the colors. I'd rather have wo... See more
I have old builder grade bathroom cabinets and want to update them. I thought they were wood that had been painted, but when I removed the paint from one of the drawe... See more
I have antique good curtain poles and was thinking to update them to soft silver or white colour. Is there any way of doing so with long lasting effects? I worry that... See more
I have a few glass mugs that I'd love to transform into something like this, any paint/technique suggestions? Thanks Hometalk!
What is the dark wax that people use after using chalk paint on their furniture? I'm new to this method of painting. I want to thank all these wonderful people that t... See more
Years ago, we sided our house with Color Lock siding....we are not so much in love with the color now. Does anyone know if you can paint it?
When using Metallic Paints, is it necessary to sand the furniture piece? Could it be applied over a somewhat shiny piece of furniture?Thank you