My mother’s kitchen skylight blew out during IRMA and rain stained the ceiling around the skylight. I’m looking for a reasonably quick fix that works vs. scraping... See more
I started putting furniture oil on the top of a bookcase, thinking oil instead of wax would just have the natural wood come through. Clearly I was not thinking clear... See more
The floor initially the floor of the garage and has ”finished“ (smooth) surface. Do I need to “ruff” it up with a sander or will the stain stick to the floor?
I stripped the wallpaper off to paint my walls instead of reappearing but paint that was already on them came off with the wallpaper
First, understand that I want to paint ONLY the outside of the tub. I have a very small bathroom with little ventilation and do not want to mess with toxic fumes. I h... See more
I’m considering painting my kitchen floor. It’s currently a “luxury vinyl tile” floor (but seriously ugly). Please tell me all about the best products and tec... See more
What can I do to make the z-brick in my kitchen look better without taking it down and having to replace all of the drywall?
I would like to try to paint non-paintable silicone. Is there a possibility?
I tried to refinish my table using "Parks" Super Glaze Ultra Gloss Epoxy. This is a two part epoxy and t had a problem with the pour. A good third of the table did no... See more
what do I need to do to prep an old metal school teacher desk to paint it for a durable finish ? I am repurposing my old marble counter from my bathroom Reno for the ... See more
Just bought an older manufactured home and there are flowered walls in almost every room. It is not wallpaper. Do I need to prime before I paint? What kind of paint... See more
I want to wash with paint but I"m not sure if it matters if the paint is flat, gloss, semi-gloss. Will that make a difference since I will put it on and then wipe muc... See more
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’ve painted the desk in preparation to sell. I wasn’t going to distress it but now that we’ve started to sand it and a few areas of the wood underneath are sho... See more
Does anyone know what sort of paint would be suitable for my front and back doors - they are finished in a white plastic- like coating which I do not want to damage
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
I am in the planning stage of remodeling my kitchen. Professionally painting the oak cabinets is more in my budget line, but have been advised that the wood grain st... See more
It takes up a major part of our hallway, in an already small house, so I can't sand it (everything in our house would be covered in dust!) I want to paint it a beauti... See more