THANKS! wondering where to puchase a pre-cut, hand-held, large stencil sponge?thank you.
It's a fiberglas door and the paint color is a gloss deep red. I've read that using a roller is better than a brush to get the smoothest surface, but then at Lowe's I... See more
The large piece I want to use the spit on is not going to be sanded, I'm only using krud kutter deglosser on it. It did not cut the shine thou. As long as I have clea... See more
Have purchased home with more than one layer of latex paint on the kitchen cabinets. Wanting to strip all the paint off and see what is underneath. What is the best... See more
Our surplus store occasionally has paint stirrers on sale for very little. We always buy them but can never think of a project except to stir paint! This time thou... See more
I want to use a white backgt=round and use a spinge to apply dark brown and light brown accents
Want to spray paint bathroom faucet and kitchen light fixtures. Is pre- sanding recommended? Primer?
I live in an apartment and cannot spray paint. But brush painting isn't the same on detailed projects.
Okay, so I love this stuff. Already did one bathroom with it and used wax to seal the first one. This time around I bought the matte sealer to use in an effort to r... See more
I have faux glass spray but I want the color spray.
I have never worked with Mod Podge, so what kind of a brush should I use to apply it? I know, dumb question, but I am new to the game!
Has anyone used a home paint sprayer for your chalk paint projects. I would love to get one and would love to hear your input on the different types available and how... See more
What is the best painting "tool" for the final coat on a dresser? I'm using a latex paint. TIA!
To get a perfectly smooth paint finish, the best option is to spray. For large jobs, like kitchen cabinets, it is worth the hassle of masking off the area, straining... See more
Trying to paint a wood dresser black with latex - using a foam roller which is making the surface "pimply"...
and I did prime with Kilz. I sanded with 220 grit but it turned the black grayish - I've painted a lot of wood furniture, but always white latex or colored spray pain... See more