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 was told (by a pretty knowledgeable sales person) that it’s just fine to use an interior paint for a table that’s outdoors? The table lives on my back porch (sc... See more
To paint fireplace brick, do I need to get heat resistant paint or regular paint? And is there any preparation before I paint?
What is the best method for painting kitchen cupboards. They are currently a light oak.
The door is 2 1/2' x 6', currently many layers of old paint that i intend to strip.Has original handle/latch so another question is best manner to remove that old pai... See more
A friend gave me a desk with leather back, sides and inserts . I want to chalk paint it but I'm concerned how the leather will paint?
Maybe 2 or 3 yrs ago I had this inside banister painted. Within two months, the handrail was peeling so I sanded it down, put new primer on it and also sanded and re-... See more
I want to paint a wringer washer and make it into an outdoor drink cooler. What paint should I use for the exterior? Annie Sloan and clear coat it? Exterior paint? Sp... See more
I want to paint frosted glass globes a color.
Just built a deck this month. Should I stain and seal it now?
What are people talking about when they say dry painting? I have never heard of this term
I plan on stenciling, or maybe just doing free-hand designs on my concrete pathway, but don't know which paint would be best. I wonder if just exterior house paint wo... See more
My intention for this beautiful mahogany dresser was paint or stain the top in a dark colour and to paint the body and drawers white.The top has turned out the way I ... See more
My bathroom counter is gone with stone rust oleum. It’s bumpy and gross!! Was like that when I moved in.Short of taking it all off what can I coat it with to make i... See more
I am on the board of a Habitat Restore and we want to take our donated furniture and repurpose it for resale to make money for the Restore.
I put three coats of stain on each side of the doors and let them sit for up to eight hours in between coats, then after letting them sit for a full 24 hours I put th... See more
If i recover my counter tops with contact paper can i then put a coat or 2 of varnish on afterwards to give it more protection?