I have a hutch that has a bad paint job on it and the person used an oil based paint. Do I have to use oilbased over it or can I use a different knid of paint?
I’m getting ready to paint kitchen cabinets. What is the easiest and best paint to use ?
I got some free cabinets from a doctor's office a while back and they've served me well. They're laminate and I was told at the time I'd need to use oil paint. I did ... See more
Can you use a lighter color oil gel stain over a previously stained tongue and groove paneling without stripping it first?
I want to change the master bath to look like an old out house. Paint the walls to look like old wood.I plan on making the cabinet doors out of palet wood. But instea... See more
I will be replacing my kitchen appliances, one of these days. But my Stove Top Gas grills are gray. I have tried everything to clean or get the black marks off of the... See more
I've had my first (of many, I'm sure) disastrous DIY project. I have covered my entire kitchen cabinetry with chalk paint and I hate it. It's streaky, it's cracking, ... See more
I saw a project soaking steel wool in vinegar to apply to wood to age it. How do I do this?
Childs table and chairs turnced into a chalkboard.
My shower tiles are original to my house, built in 1979. I'm putting in tile flooring (currently it's sheet vinyl), painting the walls and mirror frame and putting in... See more
We have a home that was built in 1960 and I believe every owner prior to us painted the cabinets in our very small kitchen (we don't even have a pantry). The cabinet... See more
Just built a deck this month. Should I stain and seal it now?
I have the last milk can from my grandfather’s farm, from before 1950, which contains only surface rust. I know I need to clean it up some but I want to keep the ... See more
I have a metal lantern, painted aqua and "distressed" with gold. I want to give it an allover "wash and wipe" in a walnut color to give it a more rustic look. How ... See more
Our house was built in the late 50's and it came with a stone fireplace. The sealer they used on the stone has turned yellow, giving the stone an ugly orange hue. The... See more
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
Old kitchen cabinets. What are the steps for painting them with a professional look?
After many mistakes, my first attempt at Chalk Painting my little dinette table is almost done. What I need now is advice on what sort of top coat would work best on... See more
When we moved into our home, there was an awkward window in our bathroom that gave a full view of an area of the bathroom that we did not want our neighbors to see. T... See more