I have a three by two feet plywood 5mm board that i want to paint. How do i prime or paint it without it warping? I was told that if I paint a strip corner to corn... See more
We bought a dresser and chest from a lady that mixed ivory chalk paint and mineral chalk paint together to paint them. When we put the chest in the truck it got scrat... See more
We pulled up all the old carpeting, we decided to paint the floors. So, not sure as to how to paint and seal our bedroom floor.
I painted my cabinets, but now they look rough. I prepped and sanded them. How can i make them smooth?
The railings have sporadic decorative iron pieces, and were painted with auto paint originally
I have 2 bamboo candle holders for outdoor. I would like to clean them up and hopefully spray paint them. I would just use battery operated candles after. Any suggest... See more
I so very much want to try this product as it sounds amazing . Have not been able to find any distributors for it here in Australia . I contact the USA supplier to se... See more
I was painting an Arkansas Razorback stool for my nephew's son who was turning four. I meticulously painted a Razorback and the wording to go along. I then looked onl... 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
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?
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
What is the best method of paint removal? With chemical or heat gun?
Old kitchen cabinets. What are the steps for painting them with a professional look?
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
I covered them with a padded doona from spotlight.
I would love to paint the wood in my home but afraid every little touch will leave scratches. Is this possible? It has been stained for 28 years. The polyurethane coa... See more
Picture shows the look I'm going for.In the 60's my Mom's coworker brought her a brass coffee table from the middle east which I have kept it and use in my living roo... See more
I got onto the DryLok's web sit BEFORE purchasing a couple THOUSAND DOLLARS worth of their paint due to the CB foundation of of farm house never having being sealed p... See more