Wallpaper is over paneling. Should the paper be removed and panel lines filled first?
Years ago previous owners didn't bother to protect the woodwork when they painted. How can i clean this up?
Is it safe to paint a lamp shade ?? My husband seems to think it will get hot and burn ??
I have 10 plain doors in my hallway which i hate! Ive heard of shadow painting faux panels on doors but need to know how this is achieved
The glass bowl on my light fixture is stark white but I need to somehow stain or paint it to look the more tea stained color to match ceiling fans. I already tried s... See more
Make my perfectly white coffee table look stressed like beach without it looking scratched up and tacky
I have concrete blocks in the basement and I need to know what kind of primer I need before I paint. Should I use latex or oil-based paint? Also, can I just paint cei... See more
I t seems waxing a chalk painted piece of furniture is recommended.
I've been using chalk or mineral paint as a base for unicorn spit vs sanding down to the bare wood. What should I use to seal the spit? Tung oil is not being absorb... See more
Even though I clean the surfaces beforehand, apply the tape ever-so-carefully, and smooth every bit of it down tight—the paint still gets under there. Brand new blu... See more
It is a big toadstool, with two little toadstools and a garden gnome leaning against the bog toadstool stem. The paint has long ago worn off—it was mymother’s. ... See more
We bought a house and are now renovating it The kitchen cabinets have been painted over at least 4 times and some of the paint is peeling and chipping off on some (no... See more
Any tips for painting over dark wall paneling?also looking for suggestions to cover holesthanks
I have very thin wallpaper in my kitchen area and now want to paint it (farmhouse red). Trying to decide to paint over the paper. - it is in perfect condition.
I have an old dresser with a laminate top (and sides too I think) but the construction is good and I want to refinish it for a guest room. Should I sand, prime and t... See more