I painted a table with white chalk paint and some spots painted with sea spray additive.So some spots are raised and rough. I want finished it off with some type of a... See more
Recently painted brick textured stucco on new construction house. This turned out more coral than terracotta color. Guy didn't leave grey showing between brick textur... See more
Does anyone have any tips on making chalk paint? I've tried it several times and I never get satisfactory results. I combine 1 cup hot water and 1 cup Plaster of Pari... See more
My countertops are formica, can I paint them to look like granite and my cabinets are homemade stained brown with alot of build up on them. I'm wanting to paint them,... See more
Childs table and chairs turnced into a chalkboard.
Is unicorn spit an actual paint or a technique
the wood plank fence around my yard needs help. its mossy in places and overall dull. I have a wagner paint sprayer, stain and drop clothes and a power washer. what n... See more
I'm trying to freshen up the bathroom can I paint ceramic tile, I'd like to put in new taps in the shower an sink if I can I would also like a sink with vanity. It's ... See more
I have used an orbital sander with 80 sandpaper and I am not getting the shine off the tile. I want to stencil the floor. What do you suggest?
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
How would I go about finding the best tutorials to learn how to work with epoxy resin? I am fascinated with it and want to eventually do this to my countertops, but ... See more
I would like to paint gradation style 12’ accent wall with the colour blend from yellowish to orange. Is there a medium to add to the latex paint to make the colour... See more
I did an acrylic paint pour and sealed it with Rust-Oleum 2X. Can I use a 2 part epoxy over the Rust-Oleum 2X Ultra Cover Clear Gloss without ruining the pour?
The previous owners seemed to have painted the columns on our front porch with indoor paint. Its cracking and peeling and I don't want to make a big mess. I don't kno... See more
They're old yellowish wood with a glossy look. I don't think stain would take.