Our home was built in the sixties, so the bathrooms have the small postage stamp sized tile on the floors with the slightly larger tiles on the walls. I want to pain... See more
Need easier way to remove pink than scraping, (it scratches), Pink for niece; now need the original gray for nephews. Any ideas? Thanks.
Brick fireplace covers most of wall. Don't want to remove it.
We have a beautiful 1920's designed farmhouse built in 2003. I have red formica countertops with wood trim. Do you think it's possible to use 'Retique It' on the form... See more
Can I just chalk paint over this?
Please help...I have used water based primer on a laminate piece and it is not sticking. Saw a video that said to use a shellac based primer to laminate surface. Plea... See more
A friend gave me a desk with leather back, sides and inserts . I want to chalk paint it but I'm concerned how the leather will paint?
The marbel is outdoor so the paint has to be waterproof. I want to paint the tree of life on it.
We are terribly disappointed with the stained concrete job. We expected a smooth saddle leather look and instead it is speckly and spotty. The contractor pressure wa... See more
How do I make my pure white wooden window treatment look like my antiqued cream fireplace?? Links to tutorials would be a great help. TIA!!
please tell me what I can do to keep from repainting every year
I bought small SCRABBLE letters at Michaels but they are very light wood. Could I soak them in tea water or wood coffee be better to make them look better..??
I am not able to afford the Unicorn Spit at $10+ per small bottle per color. I would love to make my own. I know that the creator of it said she made it out of her ki... See more
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
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
It is a vintage , very clean round suitcase, 1960,s, just don’t like the color, I believe it is leathe, and wanted to paint or make it different!???? Thank you