I spilled some latex paint on my vinyl laminate floors and wooden dining room chairs while painting them a few months ago. I never got around to try removing the pai... See more
I have a reproduction cabinet with punched tin panels in the doors. I don't like the wheat pattern and would like to distract from it with some kind of paint treatme... 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?
Somewhere it just popped up, an article on 17 different paint brush techniques for highly creative people. The cover photo showed a feather duster being used, and I c... See more
I have 3 cabinets I painted a darker green, & let dry overnight. Two of the cabinets are old and the original paint on them was naturally crackled. The third cabinet ... See more
How do I apply a new countertop surface (paint,etc) without removing the si k first? Thanks. Maureen Kane
Just built a deck this month. Should I stain and seal it now?
I’ve learned I need to use gesso. Question: Are these the right steps? gesso, an acrylic top coat and then the flowers? Or does the background color have to be pain... 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’ve read that you can add dark wax to antique your furniture after you’ve applied your polyurethane top coat! Also I’ve read that they’re not to be mixed! An... See more
My granddaughter is 10 and wants to do some of the pouring art on canvas for her room. What does she need to mix with her paint or does she coat it after it dries?
I have old builder grade bathroom cabinets and want to update them. I thought they were wood that had been painted, but when I removed the paint from one of the drawe... See more
My husband and I recently refinished a buffet table; sanded it, cleaned it, added paint, and gave a distressed look to it. However, we are starting to notice these we... See more
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