I would like to add a design. Is it possible for me to paint on it? What kind of paint what I use? Could I use a stencil?
the walls look faded light grey and dark grey. do they need a sealant before painting? they are cement. Also what kind of paint do I use on the floor? Something for w... See more
Seemed like a great idea@the time. I sized the walls then wallpapered the walls of a small powder room with randomly torn pieces of kraft paper, after which I applied... See more
I inherited kitchen cabinets surfaced with what I believe to be a melamine veneer. Is it possible to paint over them? The surface seems too slick for paint to adhere.... See more
My stove in right next to my wall . While cooking, one burner high next to wall, with large fry pan it singed and left a burn mark on wall. I don’t know what I shou... See more
Over the years the flooring in our mobile home has warped and finding a floor covering can be extremely expensive. Has anyone painted a floor and is it worth trying t... See more
My sister and I are remodeling an older cottage; it has all cedar walls and we would like to lighten the whole interior how can we paint the walls without it looking ... See more
The picture isn't our kitchen, but it's similar. The cabinets are the same and the floor is very close in color. We're hoping to sell next spring. My husband is a ... See more
My kitchen is in dire need of having life breathed into it, but I haven't the finances to pour into it. The cabinets were originally built into the walls, rather than... 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
Like it to look more bright looking since I only have 2 windows
Got a high quote to paint glazed beadboard ceilings to white ($3500 yikes!) they are 16' so sanding is out of the question. How do I tackle this low traffic paint zon... See more
Although I have sanded, primed and painted my bathroom ceiling, it is peeling again. I'm at a loss on how to stop this issue.
I want to repaint it with a latex based enamel. Do I have to prime it first?
We are remodeling our house and right smack in the middle of the kitchen/dining room/formal living room area is a HUGE, grey, porous brick fireplace. I'm afraid paint... See more
I have used a really fine brush and you can still see the brush strokes. Frustrated!
Same gray or white? This house is going to be for sale.