Have a rattan furniture set in my 4 season room, the arms are dirty, have tried to clean them and the finish has worn off in places. Can the wood be painted?
I whitewashed the bricks with watered down Klitz stain blocker white paint and it came to white and looks almost Gray tint.How can i fix it.
Seemed like a great idea@the time. I sized the walls then wallpapered the walls of a small powder room with randomly torn pieces of kraft paper, after which I applied... See more
I want to paint my kitchen but I have brown paneling, yes with the dee
I have very outdated cabinets in my kitchen. I want to paint just the doors a dark blue and keep the wood. We repainted the walls to a light gray/blue color. Will pai... See more
I am entertaining the idea of painting a kitchen floor. I would take 3 layers of Vinyl flooring off and start from the wood. I've successfully painted decorative floo... See more
The walls are old, cheap, 1/8-1/4 thick, and covered with a paper over what looks like compressed paper. I am looking for something neutral and unobtrusive so it does... See more
I have dake paneling on one wall of my living room, It's the inside wall with the fireplace there as well. Can you give me options?Thanks so much,Deb
My cabinets have at least 5 or 6 coats of primer and white paint that is caked with grease from yrs of cooking. They also have areas where the paint just peels off t... See more
Our daughter and her husband are renting a house which some pretty ugly kitchen counter tops. Because it is a rental it has to be a temporary fix...is there a way to ... See more
I'm using this cabinet to store my jewelry. I'd like to paint the drawers in multiple colors. I'd also like to add some cute knobs on the drawers where the pull is mi... See more
I bought this black hutch off my neighbor, it is painted a shiny black, and my dishes stick to it. I am re-doing my kitchen, and dining room in gray, & black. I want ... See more
We have ugly dark kitchen cabinets that are pressed board, not real wood. What is the best way to clean, prime and paint them. We can't afford to buy new.
is patina different from glaze? Or are both methods used together or separately? I would like to find explanations and demonstrations of these processes. Thanks!
My base boards need help!