Our corner wood burning fire place stove sits on a 4 X4 ceramic tile floor and is backed by two 4 X 4 walls. Removal is not an option. The tile is blue gray and our... See more
We are restoring a 1950's house here in central Texas. I removed wood paneling and found the additions wall was built from repurposed, painted, wood. There is no insu... See more
I stripped the wallpaper off to paint my walls instead of reappearing but paint that was already on them came off with the wallpaper
It has torn wallpaper too.
How to obtain about 1 oz of paint for wall scrapes. Can you buy such an amount
Just moved into a house that needs much updating. My husband of 42 years passed away 6 months ago and I’m not so confident I can do this project without making maj... See more
Moved into new older home all rooms are a light natural shade but one room. Has 5" inch stripes of bright pink,blue,green,yellow. We want a cream like rest of room. W... See more
I have recently renovated my kitchen and main bathroom now have with hardwood flooring and my heat registers and cold air returns are looking ugly now and it bugs m... See more
I have a commercial office desk with a Formica top that I would like to paint. Wondering if it would hold up to everyday wear and tear.Also, I have stark white kitch... See more
It's a large room with three walls of nice varnished wood which we want to keep and paint light where we can still see the wood details.
We have dark tongue and groove wainscoting in our open concept dining room-living room that continues on to a short hallway. We are changing our home to lighter colo... See more
using primer, 2coats than paint and top coat varathane
I have hollow core doors and would like to paint them. Should they be primed first so as not to suck up the paint?
I have a laundry sink in my back hall that is scratched and dirty looking and everyone comes in the back door and sees it immediately. I would like to paint it insid... See more
Could you please list the steps necessary to paint kitchen cabinets?
https://www.hometalk.com/31469927/q-i-had-my-banister-painted-in-feb-but-about-two-months-later I'm finally getting ready to make the paint repairs to the banister. ... See more
I'm not sure whether, or how, this can be done, but I'd like to paint a railing so that at first glance it looks very deep brown, or almost black. But I want it to ... See more
I have really old cabinets that I cannot afford to replace and do not know how to take them down. Is there a way I can paint the cabinets without removing them from ... See more
We have 4yr old melamine cabinets and I regret the colour choice I made. I wanted a weathered farmhouse look, but this is not it. Would painting them be advisable or ... See more
I sprayed some paint on a toy dinosaur last week. The paint is still very sticky. Any suggestions on how I can make it not be sticky? Do I have to remove the paint an... See more
Moving into a new house (new to us) - the kitchen cabinets are a dark wood. I know it is trendy but I do not like. I prefer lighter cabinets. Appliances are white. An... See more