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 have a vintage aluminum kiddie ride. I have primed it with etching. I need to paint it now, and it will have about 6 different colors. I need to know what kind o... See more
Staining to achieve gray whitewash look
Does anyone have a working nation on a good paint sprayer? I am a beginner and not looking to break the bank. Something that is solid and durable for painting furnitu... See more
I would like to paint my paining a neutral color
Help, I have laminate flooring through out my house, all in good condition but none match. Can't afford to replace it all, so thought about painting it? Has anyone ... See more
We bought a dresser and chest from a lady that mixed ivory chalk paint and mineral chalk paint together to paint them. When we put the chest in the truck it got scrat... See more
How do I drip paint my bedroom
I have two metal entry doors that I want to paint but don’t know what’s the best outdoor paint to use for all weather season.
Remove liquid chalk waxDo I remove the liquid chalk wax it left marks and build up how can I remove that to redo it
I saw something last week on this using vinegar & water to first clean, no sanding, then chalk paint, but now I cannot find the blog to get full instructions and sup... See more
I found a older Dresser .Very dark stained with a shine.. I wanted to chalk paint it , white. Will it bleed through ? Should I sand it down ? My first project . May I... 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 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
My husband painted our concrete porches, some had been pre-painted, some raw concrete. The paint is peeling or rubbing off on both. I want to repaint them all with a ... See more
I have a question regarding the waxing process. I bought one that you're supposed to be able to buff to a high shine (I assumed it was from the heat from friction) it... See more
Oh my lord been battling with painting kitchen cabinet doors. Thought they were wood but finally found out it's not. Now paint doesn't want to stick to the doors. Ver... See more
If i recover my counter tops with contact paper can i then put a coat or 2 of varnish on afterwards to give it more protection?
I'm making a board for our wedding braid and trying to find out if I should stain it first or paint the wording first. I'm using the brand of Rust-Oleum stain and acr... See more