Have a newly remodeled shower. Tile installer put ib a darker grout I did not approve Of almost three months ago. He told me grout would dry a lot lighter.....lied ... See more
I have a vintage aluminum kids ride ... I primed it with etching paint for aluminum. What is a good paint to use now (nothing in a spray can please)! that I can use ... See more
I need ideas on what to put in floor paint that will make it stick over a painted cement floor in cellar?
Having the interior of my house painted and wanted to get input for whether there is a difference in quality of paints. is BEHR paint better then Sherwin Williams p... See more
I still want to use this as a door mat. I have brushed all the remaining paint/color of with a wire brush. Surprisingly it only took about 5 minutes. The color is gon... See more
I saw someone else had asked this question back in 2015, but I am thinking of painting just the inset part of our old 70’s style cabinets and wanted to see what ot... See more
Can I paint with chalk paint inside? Does it have toxic fumes. Thank you, Lynda
Can you tell me that paint or how to do it?
I want to paint a wringer washer and make it into an outdoor drink cooler. What paint should I use for the exterior? Annie Sloan and clear coat it? Exterior paint? Sp... See more
can I paint tile floor with chalk paint
Almost all projects that need paint are saying they use chalk paint. What’s the difference from other paint?
I am replacing the floor in my bathroom with a vinyl wood look flooring. I do not like how the color of stain on my trim and doors looks with the floor. Can I use g... See more
I cleaned them with TSP, then washed that off, then painted them with a self leveling paint, but they still came out with brush and roller marks all over them. What d... See more
A new door but the varnish is peeling. Should I restain or paint only the outside part? Would that look funny? Thanks!
If so, how did it turn out? Thanks!
It was about 15 yrs ago. My tenant bleached my wood. I would like to stain it a darker color...can it be done without a lot of prep?