How come distressed-aged look is so popular? When I see that finish I want to repaint it. Am I the only one out there?
I got free furniture/cabinet paint, Valspar and Sherwin Williams brands, both water based.. I have a white and a gray, but not a blue I would like. I do, however, h... See more
Simplest way to re-stain or paint kitchen cabinets or paint ?
Hi,I’m trying to paint my fabric Roman blinds but I’d like to do it with latex paint. All the textile mediums seem to be for acrylic paints. Does anyone know of a... See more
I have a hutch that has a bad paint job on it and the person used an oil based paint. Do I have to use oilbased over it or can I use a different knid of paint?
I'm painting a mermaid tail that's made out of 3mm neoprene. I mixed acrylic paint with textile medium and did three coats and the color came out very well. I'm attem... See more
I have an entertainment unit which is black. I want to change the color to a medium brown. Will I have to completely sand the old color off before staining. I’d ... See more
Wanting to change colors of some glazed/fired ceramic vases. Is there a spray paint that will work
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
What is the best way to paint the (off white) cloth seat cushion/pad on a kitchen chair? What type paint is recommended, and is there a need for any type of sealer?
I was once an avid decouper, and there was a resin I used that hardened over the surface, somewhat like glass. I cannot remember the craft tool. I bought modge podge ... See more
I had my house painted last year, everything turned out right except for the front door. It looked great for a day then all the sudden it started getting all these bl... See more
Almost all projects that need paint are saying they use chalk paint. What’s the difference from other paint?
These the basic “Verdi green” urns that we’re popular 20 years ago. I read somewhere to paint and do some sort of acid wash to create a newer look. I want them ... See more
My cubbourds need a change but the hinges are also painted. How do I remove the paint? I think it is latex
I have allergies and asthma but I want to strip a couple of small pieces of furniture. What brand or even a homemade mixture is best to use when you have respiratory ... See more
Probably 6 or 7 layers of paint since the 1950's. Having been chipping away at it but need to remove it all now
client stated she wanted black wax but after applying it to the piece she really dislikes it. How do i remove the wax and prep for new coat of chalk paint?