I need to thicken acrylic paint for just a little texture.
I have a stencil I want to use on my French door for privacy but the cut outs won't provide enough privacy. I actually want to paint the stencil in reverse, if that ... See more
I'm a 1st time homeowner and upon moving in my house I noticed that after a few days of hot showers that the paint started to chip it seem like they painted my bathtu... See more
I love the shape and size of this lamp, but the colors and flowers are just NOT doing it for me. I'm not sure if its some sort of applique or just paint. It has textu... See more
Does anyone know if it's possible to paint particle board with water based chalk paint?? A professional painter told me its not because the particle board will warp o... See more
I am trying to stain my birch table top and it is not looking good and the stain is very uneven. Any suggestions on how to fix this? I did sand and applied a pre stai... See more
Right now my living room tables are a dated oak, but I’d love them if they were more of a cherry wood color. REALLY don’t want to strip them first! Any suggestion... See more
I have a fiber board vintage suitcase that I cleaned and painted with ASCP this morning. After the first coat, I noted that the rusty latches on the case, that I had... See more
I have old 1975 bedroom suit. I would like to paint without sanding and have heard chalk paint can do that. Is that true?
I want to use large food cans as planters inside and outside or my apartment, as I am limited in space in my apartment , but want to paint them . I just don't know if... See more
Would like to remove paint, what can I use to remove the paint? So that I can stain it a cherry wood
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
I just moved into a house with sage green backsplash in the kitchen. It fairly new and wondered if I could paint it but don’t know if a product that would do it. id... See more
Whats the easiest way to take all of this off. White stain and white paint
When my husband and I remodeled our kitchen we got unfinished wood cabinets from Home Depot with the intention of painting them white. We used the recommended primer ... See more
It's counter quality plywood to be used indoors by my dog as a perch to look outside.
How do I make my pure white wooden window treatment look like my antiqued cream fireplace?? Links to tutorials would be a great help. TIA!!
What is the dark wax that people use after using chalk paint on their furniture? I'm new to this method of painting. I want to thank all these wonderful people that t... See more