Help! I need to repaint my master bedroom walls, post removing 30 year old grass cloth wall paper. Even after sanding, I can not get all of the glue residue bumps ... See more
I need to paint old play ground equipment. Equipment is sturdy just looks old.
The wall are made up of door like panels that are stained and varnished. I want to paint this wall.
when painting baseboards, do I caulk them first or paint them first for a clean finish. Also can I use water n my finger to create a smooth finish or is there somethi... See more
I did paint my cover with Zinzer, then the wall paint color. it came off. I tried it again with a coat of clear silicone over the paint.. it still looked horrible. An... See more
I want paint an old wooden picture frame, but I cannot sand it, picture cannot be removed. What colour I should use?
I have a very old, discolored and scuffed sink in my bathroom that needs some TLC. I have seem various paints on line for this purpose, but wonder if anybody has done... See more
Our counters are blue Formica with white cabinets and blue ceramic tile flooring. I’ve already changed the hardware and changed the country blue inlay in the cabine... See more
My bedroom has very dark painted walls. I have never painted over them because it wasn't sure how to without it showing through. Any ideas?
Should I replace, fix, or just remove and go to tension rod and shower curtain
These tiles, installed around 1965, do not respond to sanding either by hand or with electric sander. How can I prime these glass-like surfaces so I can change the c... See more
I am having my bathroom re done. The contractor told me Epoxy paint. He said the walls would look cleaner & brighter longer. Only problem was I could not find Expoy.... See more
Although I have sanded, primed and painted my bathroom ceiling, it is peeling again. I'm at a loss on how to stop this issue.
It is a very light color, like linen or eggshell. My parents put this up almost 30 years ago, and it really worn in places.
I want to change paneling to a dry wall look without paying the high cost of drywall. Is it possible to paint wood panelling?
Recently took up the nasty carpet. All the surrounding wood is knotty pine. My husband wants it light colored.