We recently began renovating a room that the previous owner used as a heavy smoking room. Ideally we want to have white walls but after each coat, yellow nicotine sta... See more
The upstairs toilet tank leaked through the living room white popcorn ceiling stain which is dark beige. What type of paint can I use to cover this this so it does no... See more
I have MDF panelling in my bathroom which utilises the wall itself as the panel insets. Can I paint everything, ie. both wall and MDF with the same paint and if so sh... See more
I would like directions on how to paint this.
Pleather/Vinyl couch has wear marks on seat and arm rest. Is there a way to "color" them in so I don't hAve to look at the worn areas anymore?
what paint works best? Easy steps to spray tall vases
How to paint a interior brick wall
Wanted to do something funky with hardwood floors that were painted I’m repainting but need them to be funky
I live in a double wide (trailer) and this wall paper is everywhere. Do I paint over or take it off? Help me please!!
I recently updated my guest bathroom, and now I need to do something with the tile.
I have a beige porcelain pedestal sink. Is it possible to paint it, or is there another option? I would like it to be white. Thanks. 😀
When painting over a textured wall do you have to prime it or pre-trea
I've seen where the same color paint is used for this treatment, but in different types of paint, i.e., flat and satin or satin and gloss. Which ones should be used ... See more
The doors are not wood, they are actually wood-grained contact paper. The bases and the cabinets themselves are more like paneling. I can't afford to replace them, th... See more
Here’s a better picture of kitchen than previous one. Looking for a color that will lightening kitchen, bring kitchen cabinets out, and compliment backsplash. Looki... See more
I want to paint them but how can I do that without stripping them. Some of the lacquer is pealing off in strips. The other is sticky around the stove. Any advise?
I want to change paneling to a dry wall look without paying the high cost of drywall. Is it possible to paint wood panelling?
If I'm using a "Paint & Varnish Remover" on a kitchen table (I think it's oak), will it remove the "white" circles/marks caused from hot mugs/dishes or will I have to... See more