Now what do I just rub chalk paint all over it or do I need to remove?
I want to stain my original pine kitchen cabinets.
I have a wooden small drop leaf table that has no varnish or other coating on it. I want to try a project with chalk paint. What is the best way to go about it?
I wanted that distressed crackle paint look so we looked up how to do it and found the elmers glue trick. We painted the glue over the base coat and made sure it didn... See more
I have two glider chairs that are looking weathered (not in a good way) and need to be freshened up. Also, they were stained before wood had cured and have dried sap... See more
I'm painting a mermaid tail that's made out of 3mm neoprene. I mixed acrylic paint with textile medium and did three coats and the color came out very well. I'm attem... See more
My living room walls were painted years ago with a bumpy textured finish. I now want them smooth to repaint. It is a large room and the thought of sanding all of the ... See more
Does anyone know if it's possible to paint particle board with water based chalk paint?? A professional painter told me its not because the particle board will warp o... See more
My first try using the 'unfallable' chalk paint. I guess I tried it on the wrong piece to 'get it right'. Is this how it is supposed to look on detailed pieces (spi... See more
I painted the cabinets with Sherwin Williams paint for doors but it wears off in high use areas.
I’ve learned I need to use gesso. Question: Are these the right steps? gesso, an acrylic top coat and then the flowers? Or does the background color have to be pain... See more
I have just started making signs and trying to sell them but haven't mastered stencilling. I use chalk paint. But when i go to seal the chalk paint smudges. someone s... See more
I bought latex by mistake to stain my deck when I had always used oil based. Can I go over latex with oil based in the future
I have a question regarding the waxing process. I bought one that you're supposed to be able to buff to a high shine (I assumed it was from the heat from friction) it... See more
I have a pedestal dining table that I painted red 5 years ago. Now I want to remove the paint. I wanted to try Citristrip but I've heard that it both does and does no... See more
It is a vintage , very clean round suitcase, 1960,s, just don’t like the color, I believe it is leathe, and wanted to paint or make it different!???? Thank you
Our outside deck is peeling and curious to know what can I use to strip it and reseal it we use the area several times a day!