I have a hutch that has a bad paint job on it and the person used an oil based paint. Do I have to use oilbased over it or can I use a different knid of paint?
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 saw a project soaking steel wool in vinegar to apply to wood to age it. How do I do this?
My roommate bought her home and it needs a lot of work. She's a senior on a fixed income so we're trying to do it ourselves as cheap as possible. The floors look lik... See more
My shower tiles are original to my house, built in 1979. I'm putting in tile flooring (currently it's sheet vinyl), painting the walls and mirror frame and putting in... See more
I am tired of the terra cotta color of my tile floors. What is the best way to paint the tile. They do not have a smooth surface.
I have a lovely flat bladed spoon given as a door prize for a local co-op meeting back sometime before 1970's. My aunt and mother both had one. and after they passe... See more
My intention for this beautiful mahogany dresser was paint or stain the top in a dark colour and to paint the body and drawers white.The top has turned out the way I ... See more
The person before us sprayed the deck boards with stain and it’s all over the vinyl siding across the whole length of house.
These the basic “Verdi green” urns that we’re popular 20 years ago. I read somewhere to paint and do some sort of acid wash to create a newer look. I want them ... See more
What is the least expensive stain I need to use to protect my new cedar fence?
Hardware is old, tarnished brass. Will be expensive to replace!
A new door but the varnish is peeling. Should I restain or paint only the outside part? Would that look funny? Thanks!
is there a painted that has harder finish then just flat paint.i painted my cabinets.white some of the keeps coming off so i would like to know if there is a harder f... See more
They're old yellowish wood with a glossy look. I don't think stain would take.
I haven't used chalk paint yet, and before I do,,I'd like to know the process for stripping the wax and paint to bare wood (or original finish). Also, what kind of t... See more
The desk chair is still sturdy, comfortable, casters intact. As pictures show the brown is actually peeling off. I am not an upholster. I would like to make this cha... See more