HOW TO PAINT OVER 40 YEARS OLD CERAMIC TILE ON FIRE PLACE HEARTH TY T
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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
Hi. I just bought my first home at the age of 59. I would like to paint the metal and glass front door, and security door a weathered copper. I don’t mind a little ... See more
I have a metal bird bath. the paint is completely gone on the bowl and it gets very hot when the sun is out. I would like to fix up the birdbath but I want it to be s... See more
I painted my shed a dark gray, the prervious color was a medium tan. The shingles were shades of brown and tan and I was hoping there is a way I could paint the shin... See more
I used a brilliant white dulux wall and ceiling paint on my ceiling 2 weeks ago and all was well. I then used it on a small part of the wall behind my headboard and i... See more
My wife wants to change the color of our cherry veneer cabinets to white. I know (from this website) there are ways to prep them for the primer & paint without having... See more
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
How can I do a wall in my living room to a white weathered look and for a reasonably priced material? Thanks
We have stained concrete floors and I’m wondering if I could stencil a rug on them?
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 am finally getting around to handling this bathroom that is stuck in 1964. I want to paint the tile and I’m not very experienced in home updating and I need to do... See more
Thinking about painting kitchen cabinets with chalk paint but I think they need sanded. What is the best process?
I was trying my hand at wine bottle repurposing and messed up so I was curious how to get the paint off so I can start over.
If so, how did it turn out? Thanks!
Needing help, how to produce this on pallet art...does anyone have any suggestions? Thank you in advance.