How do you paint tumbled stone tile backsplash?
I was told (by a pretty knowledgeable sales person) that it’s just fine to use an interior paint for a table that’s outdoors? The table lives on my back porch (sc... See more
Bottom of the tub has small chips in the finish. Is there a way to repair this or must I refinish the entire tub or replace the tub?
Does anyone know how to remove existing paint splatters from brick? I have tried everything I know of with no success.
How do you paint a stained bathroom sink?
Make my perfectly white coffee table look stressed like beach without it looking scratched up and tacky
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
For a temporary look, we are putting in new lauan (sub-flooring) over the top of OSB sheeting on the floors. This is in preparation for future tongue'n groove wood f... See more
I have a table that has been painted with chalk paint, it has not been waxed yet. I changed my mind and want to spray paint it instead.
I found this table while visiting my daughter in WA. I thought I could probably replicate the table from a table top that I have been saving. The way I had thought ... See more
I plan on stenciling, or maybe just doing free-hand designs on my concrete pathway, but don't know which paint would be best. I wonder if just exterior house paint wo... See more
If you were going to put some photos on a plastic clear ornaments, would you use Elmers or Mod Podge. I never used Mod Podge. Do they act pretty much the same way? Th... See more
I have a pedestal dining table that I painted red 5 years ago. Now I want to remove the paint. I wanted to try Citristrip but I've heard that it both does and does no... 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
These the basic “Verdi green” urns that we’re popular 20 years ago. I read somewhere to paint and do some sort of acid wash to create a newer look. I want them ... See more
A while back I posted a picture of a dresser that was one of the only 2 pieces we were able to save after a house fire. These were inherited, all of my newer furnitu... See more
Drywall the 70s all styles schedule on it and paint it was enamel paint how do we get it off
Chalk painting looks so easy and fun! I am planning to give a fresh look to some older pieces of furniture by applying chalk paint. I’ve seen DYI videos that waxing... See more
I've tested this cabinet I found at a flea market for lead - definitely contains lead on the outside and inside. I've read that coating with a lead encapsulating coat... See more