I painted a table with white chalk paint and some spots painted with sea spray additive.So some spots are raised and rough. I want finished it off with some type of a... See more
Hi All, will start by a quick run down on what I'm doing. my Grandkids & I have a joke going about lemons every Christmas I give them something with lemons on it last... See more
Someone recently posted a paint sprayer on their blog that worked excellent for chalk paint. I have a difficult time with spindles on chairs and was hoping to find on... See more
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 to thicken acrylic paint for just a little texture.
I have seen so many pretty patio projects with cinder blocks that people have stenciled or just painted nice colors but when I tried to spray paint mine, the paint ju... See more
Patio Adirondacks that so many of us have.Plastic or resin . Mine is in good shape but need color. either the green is faded and dull , or the tan is dull & stained ... See more
How do I create a luminous celestial sky for bedroom on walls and ceiling , but with a more sophisticated look and feel but at the same time a low budget ? I am limi... See more
Refinishing floors. The Gloss V for floors is too shiny. The Semi-gloss version is too dull. Can the two be mixed to get the degree of shine I'm after.
My carpet is in all rooms. It's ugly, stained by food, animals, kids snot, it's been shampooed hundreds. Huspand is to cheap WILL NOT. So I figured paint it . But... See more
A gold ring has old encrusted paint embedded in the filigree, around a small stone - not sure what kind of paint. How to remove the paint and/or what to soak it in?
How to stencil a quote to a canvas board that has been painted. Stencil either bleeds thru or around. I don’t want to use stick on letters, they look boring. Any su... See more
I have a lovely flat bladed spoon given as a door prize for a local co-op meeting back sometime before 1970's. My aunt and mother both had one. and after they passe... See more
My kitchen cabinets are coated with polyurethane!
It's counter quality plywood to be used indoors by my dog as a perch to look outside.
I recently purchased a very old cabinet made from pine barn wood. When I got it home and started looking it over carefully I discovered that motor oil (or something v... See more
would it work same as paint that has primer in it. I hate having to paint twice!
My husband is painting our kitchen cabinets. He sanded them, wiped them down, put on a primer, and then paint with primer. But it looks streaky! What are we doing... See more