I am intending to paint some of my glass mushrooms with glow in the dark paint. I read so many reviews on products, but none seem satisfactory. Kindly recommend a glo... See more
Small powder room with old small two-tone floor square tiles.
The panels have some kind of design also.
I still want to use this as a door mat. I have brushed all the remaining paint/color of with a wire brush. Surprisingly it only took about 5 minutes. The color is gon... See more
What type of paintbrush do I use to paint a metal front door? I am using high gloss paint.
Does anyone have any tips on making chalk paint? I've tried it several times and I never get satisfactory results. I combine 1 cup hot water and 1 cup Plaster of Pari... See more
I have used this product for the first time thinking I could save a step by applying the stain and the poly in one swoop. What a mistake that was! I almost cried when... See more
I have found pool paint and can tell that this is a delicate process. I have also seen very little of this happening in social media or on-line, so i can only assume ... See more
I have a house that has beautiful expensive stone floors in kitchen and front room and bathrooms. I want to paint the bathroom floor as these stone floors in there al... See more
I have just started making signs and trying to sell them but haven't mastered stencilling. I use chalk paint. But when i go to seal the chalk paint smudges. someone s... See more
I have the last milk can from my grandfather’s farm, from before 1950, which contains only surface rust. I know I need to clean it up some but I want to keep the ... See more
I've had my bathroom oak vanity for 23 years and can't afford to buy a new one...how can I paint it to look like a dark wood vanity?
I bought a used metal bed. Would it be better to use cans of spray paint (Rustoleum) or a paint sprayer to paint it? If the paint sprayer, what kind d of paint woul... See more
We are terribly disappointed with the stained concrete job. We expected a smooth saddle leather look and instead it is speckly and spotty. The contractor pressure wa... See more
My husband drove over freshly painted white road lines and we can't seem to get it off the side of his truck where the tires splattered the paint up onto the body of ... See more
They're old yellowish wood with a glossy look. I don't think stain would take.
How do you get a nice smooth finish when varnishing. I want to do my kitchen table but seem to get brush lines.
My bedroom was painted eggshell white but now I would like to paint just one wall with an accent color of lilac. So would this take one coat of paint or more?