i have a few pieces I want to paint and like both the chalk paint look as well as a cleaner smooth finish. I have tried Annie Sloan paint and am not a fan. I would al... See more
I need ideas on what to put in floor paint that will make it stick over a painted cement floor in cellar?
My pink bathroom tiles are in good shape and I don't want to tear out so can they be painted? What is the best paint to buy and do they need to be sealed after painti... See more
I burn my laminate counter top. I want to fix and paint. The counter top is 20 years old.
Would this project work for a wood floor? I have 3/4 inch press board that has not been covered was wanting to paint it and love this idea.. signed bzybea
I have an older battlescarred oak dining room table that in Florida that I would like to give a white washed look to go with the rest of the coastal furniture in the ... See more
I painted my shed a dark gray, the prervious color was a medium tan. The shingles were shades of brown and tan and I was hoping there is a way I could paint the shin... See more
I'm one of those odd-bods who's not necessarily a fan of granite. ;-) Have you used Rustoleum's Countertop Paint? I like the look of one color countertops...somethi... See more
I painted my cabinets, but now they look rough. I prepped and sanded them. How can i make them smooth?
The house I am renting has 4 out of 5 rooms covered with paneling! Help!!!! I want to live in a home not a dungeon. That's how it feels...so dark. If someone can help... See more
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 am refinishing a dining table top for my porch and using unicorn spit for a fun and colorful stain. Is it ok to seal the top with tung oil and then polycrylic? I wa... See more
I t seems waxing a chalk painted piece of furniture is recommended.
I read that, with country chic paints, you can make a chalk board from any color. Anybody tried this? Would another brand work?
I have a few glass mugs that I'd love to transform into something like this, any paint/technique suggestions? Thanks Hometalk!