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 love the shape and size of this lamp, but the colors and flowers are just NOT doing it for me. I'm not sure if its some sort of applique or just paint. It has textu... See more
I am refinishing some wood end tables with Amber glass tops to a beachy theme and adding a panel underneath with sand coat and shells/starfish etc. I want the glass t... See more
Small powder room with old small two-tone floor square tiles.
remove latex from vinyl siding?
I saw someone else had asked this question back in 2015, but I am thinking of painting just the inset part of our old 70’s style cabinets and wanted to see what ot... See more
I have kitchen backsplash that has been up for a good 20 years and I was wondering if I can 0aint over it? It is white with the odd one having flowers or a hen on it.... See more
Remove liquid chalk waxDo I remove the liquid chalk wax it left marks and build up how can I remove that to redo it
Can I paint with chalk paint inside? Does it have toxic fumes. Thank you, Lynda
I have a sun room that was in bas shape. Lots of windows and a brick wall vHave sanded it and now getting ready to Kilz it. Should i spray it ore had paint it.
Does anyone know of a paint I can purchase to achieve a rubbed oil bronze color on metal? I need a paint that can be applied using a brush, not a spray paint. Thank y... See more
I've had my bathroom oak vanity for 23 years and can't afford to buy a new one...how can I paint it to look like a dark wood vanity?
I am thinking about painting my oak cupboards white and all I hear about lately is "chalk paint". Is this a good option and do I need to sand and prime?
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
Would a standard furniture paint be suitable