These photos are of our kitchen walls? We live in a rented apartment that has recently been completely renovated and these bubbles are on several of the kitchen and ... See more
what paint works best? Easy steps to spray tall vases
I am sure the wallpaper has been in this room since 1950. I was surprised to see only one layer. However the wall was NOT primed before they put the paper up so it wa... See more
Ideas on painting walls with cracks?
My bathroom is out dated with oak cabinets.Whats the best paint to use?
I tried to refinish my table using "Parks" Super Glaze Ultra Gloss Epoxy. This is a two part epoxy and t had a problem with the pour. A good third of the table did no... See more
They are ugly blue and very old
it is light grey 10 years old but no wear spots.Looks faded
i have carpeting that has dulled in color and have refreshed he color with Rit liquid dye, but I wondered if i could use fabric spray on the carpeting and are you abl... See more
Can I successfully paint over some water stained basement paneling now that the problem has been resolved? And if so, what kind of paint should I use? Color is still ... See more
Does anyone know what sort of paint would be suitable for my front and back doors - they are finished in a white plastic- like coating which I do not want to damage
Already painted with moisture block. I'd want something I can clean up with soap and water. The surface is rather uneven. Thanks to anyone who can help.
I have a old , awful green laminate countertop in my kitchen that I have lived with for 15 years. Its time for a change. I am also looking to repaint my cabinets an... See more
Recently took up the nasty carpet. All the surrounding wood is knotty pine. My husband wants it light colored.
I don't want to strip the paint,so can't I just tape the wall as is and maybe do a white wash over it?and what do I do with the tape lines?
Hi. Just moved into a 55+ community to a condo in which previous resident lived 17 years. So......lots of projects. I’m not on trend and that’s ok with me. Limite... See more
I have tried several techniques. The last one I used grey chalk paint and black wax. I wanted the wood mainly black. But it looked way better before I put the wax ... See more
can I change the color with out replacing it
How can I keep the paint from washing off. I want to use as trivet so would also need to take heat.
Recently remodeled kitchen (new cabs, countertops, appliances) screams for completion; the remaining louvered wood bifold doors interior to patio slider, plus the lou... See more