There is a stone facade over block. I believe the mantel and hearth are slate. We have used a stripper on the hearth and have had some succes. I am concerned that ... 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
Small powder room with old small two-tone floor square tiles.
Hey Hometalkers! I'd really like to give my son's train table a makeover by painting the drawers and staining the rest, but I'm not sure it's possible. The table is m... See more
I have a small kitchen with island in the center. I have painted all cabinets & island white, but am now thinking about painting island contrasting color. Will thi... See more
I'd like some thoughts about painting this backsplash. It's a rough stone tile, and a lot of the painted backsplashes that I see are the slick/smooth tiles. Has anyon... See more
I have a really old and in need of work front door that I am going to paint red. The question I have is do I paint it high gloss red, semi-gloss red or a satin or a ... See more
Would like to remove old paint, and restore.
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
It's counter quality plywood to be used indoors by my dog as a perch to look outside.
I would like to spray a clear coat over my mosaic, but can't seem to find one that doesn't yellow.
I tried this and after a few days, it started to peel off. HELP. I put 2 coats and it still came off.
I'm making a board for our wedding braid and trying to find out if I should stain it first or paint the wording first. I'm using the brand of Rust-Oleum stain and acr... See more
I painted a silver-plated tray with chalkboard paint and you can see the brush strokes. How can I fix this? Also I primed it before painting with the chalkboard pain... See more
I want to glue paper handprints yo a wooden tv table and laquer it so it can be wiped down when used. Any suggestions?
please tell me what I can do to keep from repainting every year