I need ideas on what to put in floor paint that will make it stick over a painted cement floor in cellar?
To paint fireplace brick, do I need to get heat resistant paint or regular paint? And is there any preparation before I paint?
I have two cans of paint of the same reputable brand and same batch that just stopped working whilst I was using them. I unclogged the nozzles with a pin but in both ... See more
Small powder room with old small two-tone floor square tiles.
I got some free cabinets from a doctor's office a while back and they've served me well. They're laminate and I was told at the time I'd need to use oil paint. I did ... See more
I recently bought a new toilet seat. it is white painted wood and looks icky with the bone toilet. is it worth my trouble to paint or faux finish in some way. its a g... See more
I'm fortunate to be getting two wing chairs for free! I was wondering if anyone has done a DIY version of chalk paint on upholstery. Would like to try a DIY version i... See more
I distressed a coffee table and sprayed clear coat over it but it still seems dull
I used three coats of red chalk paint on a nightstand redo and the wood grain is still coming through. It's not a terrible look but had hoped for a solid finish. Any ... See more
What are people talking about when they say dry painting? I have never heard of this term
I want to paint my ceramic floor in the kitchen. It is a horrible green colour but the grout is a lovely grey of which I would like to keep as I am changing the tile ... See more
I'm getting brush strokes that are horrible! Using a nylon paint brush.
I have seen beautiful stencil designs painted on tile floors. I don't have tile but have vinyl, what we used to call linoleum. Can the same thing be done on a vinyl f... See more
Our house was built in the late 50's and it came with a stone fireplace. The sealer they used on the stone has turned yellow, giving the stone an ugly orange hue. The... See more
I am painting my first chalk paint piece which is a small sanded dresser. Any tips, techniques, and finish ideas will be greatly appreciated. I'm thinking of chalk ... 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
Sorry for another post on same subject, but free supplies would be wonderful too!
Perhaps stencil or painting....
I'm using my critter siphon gun for the first time (with Sherwin William's highest quality latex), and I'm getting a spray pattern like this. I then added a condition... See more