I want to stain my original pine kitchen cabinets.
Can you use a lighter color oil gel stain over a previously stained tongue and groove paneling without stripping it first?
I have a stand up shower that has a laminate surround top to bottom. I cannot afford to purchase a new surround. I was going to clean well with TSP, rough up a bit an... See more
I painted my headboard with chalk paint followed by wax. Can I just paint over it? Or do I have to do something special because I used the wax after painting?
Just built a deck this month. Should I stain and seal it now?
We have bright white 12 in square tile in a home we bought. It would not be my choice as I have 4 dogs and we are in and out all the time. I need to add color to ... See more
I don't really understand the difference and what the chalk paint can be used for. I know one or more of the smart hometalkers will know the answer for me. Thanks in ... 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 have a really old and in need of work front door that I am going to paint red. The question I have is do I paint it high gloss red, semi-gloss red or a satin or a ... See more
I bought latex by mistake to stain my deck when I had always used oil based. Can I go over latex with oil based in the future
I have antique good curtain poles and was thinking to update them to soft silver or white colour. Is there any way of doing so with long lasting effects? I worry that... See more
Want it painted what can be done to correct my prob.
I have seen tutorials on how to stencil a glass door. I, however want to stick a design on the pane and then spray the frosting. Once it is dry I would remove the sti... See more
We are getting ready to paint the kitchen cupboards, I have seen so many beautiful makeovers and I can't remember the name of the paint from home depot where no sandi... See more
I have an old dresser with a laminate top (and sides too I think) but the construction is good and I want to refinish it for a guest room. Should I sand, prime and t... See more