Is there a product I can paint or cover this acrylic paint to protect it from chipping any further? See photo.
How do you get them to stay on without sliding.when ever I paint with a roller it always starts to slide off the roller?
I need to refresh the white paint on some flat surfaces. I added Flotrol to top quality paint but still have visible brush marks. A while back I read something abou... See more
Trying to cover this hideous tile in a Lake house that we’re going to list. Does anyone have any idea of what kind of paint will cover the plastic tile?
I am beginning to use a few stencils. I have lots of acrylic paint and some other paints. But my brushes are all the cheapest I could buy. The only stippling brushes ... See more
What is the best way keep a paint brush with paint on it, fresh and ready to use for another day? I keep mine in the refrigerator, what do you do?
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
Black bedroom set I'm wanting to paint light gray!
I want to color code thin black cables. These cables flex so the color must also flex. I've found brush on dye but am concerned about a smooth finish. Any suggesti... See more
I have some discolored lampshades that I would like to paint white. they seem to be in good condition but have been in a home where there were smokers and are now d... See more
I have a gallon of cream-coloured alkyd interior paint. Is it possible to mix it with purple to produce a lavender shade?
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 paint sprayer with chalk paint? I am wondering if it will work, do I need to thin my paint so it works in a sprayer, will it cover like it does whe... See more
I am looking for ideas for a container or board or something to paint bottles on that I can spray the whole bottle at one time.. Sitting a bottle on paper or cardboar... See more
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