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 would like to paint my paining a neutral color
we have bought an outdated china cabinet/wall unit and want to give it a country vintage look. the previous paint was enamel.
Can anyone tell me if using car wax on chalk paint or milk painted furniture would work? I've got a piece of furniture I'd like to try using 'home made' chalk paint ... See more
Can I just chalk paint over this?
We have a volcanic rock wall/fireplace, can it be painted? Has anyone tried it? Has anyone tried to plaster over and then paint it? Kinda like the plastering and p... See more
We have kitchen cabinets which the previous owner has painted over. How to remove the paint not using sandpaper but something like to spray on or others.
I am making a fence using old wood doors. The doors have chippy paint on them which I want to use that way. I applied Thompson’s water seal and after it dried I rea... See more
cant seem to locate it again. she painted a small kitchen dark brown and I'm looking for the instructions. can anyone help?
Has anyone done an epoxy countertop? I am not experienced but have watched YouTube and it looks easy enough. I'm hesitant to try it, but if it is as easy as it looks,... See more
HI, Can I mix hi-gloss and satin paint together? I have several partially filled cans of paint (same color range) and would like to use them to paint the walls leadin... See more
Is there a spray application product that will seal, protect & and keep any diy project shiny and weather resistant ❓
I t seems waxing a chalk painted piece of furniture is recommended.
I'd like some thoughts about painting this backsplash. It's a rough stone tile, and a lot of the painted backsplashes that I see are the slick/smooth tiles. Has anyon... See more
I don't really understand the difference and what the chalk paint can be used for. I know one or more of the smart hometalkers will know the answer for me. Thanks in ... 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
Would like to remove old paint, and restore.
I recently purchased a very old cabinet made from pine barn wood. When I got it home and started looking it over carefully I discovered that motor oil (or something v... See more
i painted my vinyl floor.i bought a lockdown expoxy instead of a poly can i use it the floor is already painted.i want to seal it and protect.also i want it to be shi... See more
I painted my laminate cabinets, and it turned out great except... I thought by applying around 4 coats of Polyurethane it would protect the cabinets from scuffing, a... See more