I have had to redo my vintage metal patio furniture every year because it chips off, what am I doing wrong? There's what I did/do: remove excess paint by first scrapi... See more
I would like to paint my paining a neutral color
how do I keep my the paint from rubbing off the kitchen counter edges? What can I use to protect them?
I have a beautiful and functional farm table that has a Formica top. I would love to use it our game room as a board game table. How do I start?
Is it still "trendy" to paint upper cabinets a different collor than the lower cabinets? Sorry, I'm a senior, doing the work myself, and don't really stay current on... See more
I have two metal entry doors that I want to paint but don’t know what’s the best outdoor paint to use for all weather season.
My kitchen cabinet are from “home improvement store“ the cheap one with wood doors. Did you have good result with your paint job?
Sat. Dec. 10th, 6 Hometalkers in the Kent WA. area came together for a chalk paint workshop. We learned tips, techniques, and how to make our own chalk paint, wax, a... See more
My roommate bought her home and it needs a lot of work. She's a senior on a fixed income so we're trying to do it ourselves as cheap as possible. The floors look lik... See more
I bought a very unique and old bottle of Danish Meade wine, which has never been opened. It’s labels need help to preserve and waterproof them.
My shower tiles are original to my house, built in 1979. I'm putting in tile flooring (currently it's sheet vinyl), painting the walls and mirror frame and putting in... See more
The cabinets have a lot of detail and they're very shiny. what can I do if I would like to keep the woodgrain look but staying them in a gray color?
How do I paint outdoor wicker furniture?
I was wondering if you could help me with something -- I have an entirely oak kitchen. I know it's the rage now to paint or gel stain cabinets. I've been considering ... See more
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?
t to do my counter tops to look like marble have any ideason how to do them.
I refinished and restrained my coffee table. The new stain is way to dark and looks awful. Help
Thinking about painting kitchen cabinets with chalk paint but I think they need sanded. What is the best process?
They're old yellowish wood with a glossy look. I don't think stain would take.