I have two metal entry doors that I want to paint but don’t know what’s the best outdoor paint to use for all weather season.
I lightly sanded wood kitchen cabinets, then wipe them down with mineral spirits, and then a damp rag and let them dry. We sprayed two light coats of kilz3 premium pr... See more
I am not able to afford the Unicorn Spit at $10+ per small bottle per color. I would love to make my own. I know that the creator of it said she made it out of her ki... See more
Its for a bathroom
I have an entertainment unit which is black. I want to change the color to a medium brown. Will I have to completely sand the old color off before staining. I’d ... See more
Would you prefer to stencil your own pillow or tote bag?
I have a white rain barrel that I would like to stain to make it look like a wood barrel. How can I do this?
When painting a wall near the ceiling that is a different color than the ceiling, what are your best and easiest edging ideas to make it look even and crisp? Thanks
I recently pinned this image because I love the stencil! Does anyone know of a stencil that is similar both in design and size? It would take me forever to search thr... See more
Is there a spray application product that will seal, protect & and keep any diy project shiny and weather resistant ❓
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 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
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
I was painting an Arkansas Razorback stool for my nephew's son who was turning four. I meticulously painted a Razorback and the wording to go along. I then looked onl... See more
This stain is guaranteed for 5 years and is coming off. Talked to others and they have same problem. Lousey company, have to spend a lot of money to remove and redo.
I wondered if you could get the look of the old tin ceilings by using the stamp and ink.
Drywall the 70s all styles schedule on it and paint it was enamel paint how do we get it off
If so, how did it turn out? Thanks!