I need ideas on what to put in floor paint that will make it stick over a painted cement floor in cellar?
I have two cans of paint of the same reputable brand and same batch that just stopped working whilst I was using them. I unclogged the nozzles with a pin but in both ... See more
we have bought an outdated china cabinet/wall unit and want to give it a country vintage look. the previous paint was enamel.
I would like to use spray paint. Do I need a primer? Which is best? THANKS
Can I use oil base paint and baking soda to make chalk paint
Make my perfectly white coffee table look stressed like beach without it looking scratched up and tacky
I got this beautiful piece for free on Marketplace. It needs A LOT of work, but I am ready for it! I was planning on using (for the fist time) Citristrip, but I can't... See more
What are people talking about when they say dry painting? I have never heard of this term
I t seems waxing a chalk painted piece of furniture is recommended.
I have a very good door matt, and hardly anyone very comes through our front door, its faded from the summer sun, just wondering if it could be painted, if so what ki... See more
I'm ready to try my first chalk paint project and am deciding on paint. Would appreciate hearing from anyone who has tried Vintage Market and how it compares to other... See more
I just heard about a quick drying paint especially for doors from Sherwin Williams. I have not heard any reviews of the paint yet but I'm in desperate need of a pain... See more
I am painting my first chalk paint piece which is a small sanded dresser. Any tips, techniques, and finish ideas will be greatly appreciated. I'm thinking of chalk ... See more
My husband purchased a house that has an 800lb metal bathtub in it that was previously painted , but the paint job was not correctly done so now it's peeling . It's t... See more
It's counter quality plywood to be used indoors by my dog as a perch to look outside.
If i recover my counter tops with contact paper can i then put a coat or 2 of varnish on afterwards to give it more protection?
would it work same as paint that has primer in it. I hate having to paint twice!
I want to glue paper handprints yo a wooden tv table and laquer it so it can be wiped down when used. Any suggestions?
I'm a COMPLETE, know nothing about this, novice! Is it hard? How do I do it?