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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 painted a design on a portion of the glass top of a patio table with acrylic paint. The painted area was sealed with clear Rustoleum. The unpainted part was not sea... See more
I got some free cabinets from a doctor's office a while back and they've served me well. They're laminate and I was told at the time I'd need to use oil paint. I did ... See more
I have new unattached interior doors that will eventually be painted white. I am looking for advice on if they need to be sanded before priming. I have seen everythin... See more
Does anyone have any tips on making chalk paint? I've tried it several times and I never get satisfactory results. I combine 1 cup hot water and 1 cup Plaster of Pari... See more
I'm using satin pint with primer on my kitchen cabinets. I would like to add a sealant so that the paint will not easily scratch. Do not want polyurethane on cabine... See more
I saw a project soaking steel wool in vinegar to apply to wood to age it. How do I do this?
I bought a very unique and old bottle of Danish Meade wine, which has never been opened. It’s labels need help to preserve and waterproof them.
For a temporary look, we are putting in new lauan (sub-flooring) over the top of OSB sheeting on the floors. This is in preparation for future tongue'n groove wood f... See more
Would like to use an airbrush sprayer for easier detailing of my chalk paint projects. Is this possible?
I have 3 cabinets I painted a darker green, & let dry overnight. Two of the cabinets are old and the original paint on them was naturally crackled. The third cabinet ... See more
I covered a coffe table and end table tops with galvenized sheet metal. I did the toilet bowl cleaner technique to age it. It really didn't do as much as I wanted. Do... See more
I want to redo a small wood cabinet that someone applied contact paper to the sides.It's real cute small one. Don't know why they did it.thanks for any help.kathy
Hello any and everyone, I’m curious in replicating this look in my apt however my walls are standard drywall. Does anyone have any insight? I’ve attached a photo ... See more
My husband got paint on out dining room table and chairs. I was told by a worker at HD to use Citristrip to remove the specs of paint. Well this is a picture of what ... See more
My old home was wood trim framing the windows and doors. The previous owners seemed to have shellacked them at one point and then painted them white. Now the paint ... See more