i have a few pieces I want to paint and like both the chalk paint look as well as a cleaner smooth finish. I have tried Annie Sloan paint and am not a fan. I would al... See more
We have shiplapped our entire 1939 Colonial on Galveston Island. We painted the kitchen ones beforehand, but had to repaint and caulk and I'm still not happy. I've h... See more
What natural ingredient can I add to paint that will give it a pebble finish?
I used chalk paint for the first time. I painted a dresser, not wood, but laminate or veneer. I added a little water to the paint to stretch it out. Is that why it co... See more
You didn't do anything different with your grout lines. I get it white on white. I'm trying to learn the steroids for painting my entryway slate tiles. I want to do ... See more
how do I keep my the paint from rubbing off the kitchen counter edges? What can I use to protect them?
I need to do something with my bathroom vanity and counter. They are an awful pinkish laminated old style 1990 1 oval sink vanity. But I don't have the money to repla... See more
I am making a fence using old wood doors. The doors have chippy paint on them which I want to use that way. I applied Thompson’s water seal and after it dried I rea... See more
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
I t seems waxing a chalk painted piece of furniture is recommended.
the wrought iron balconies are very ornate because of its curly cues. In another area on the balcony the wrought iron has split. Is this a welding procedure and do I ... See more
I read that, with country chic paints, you can make a chalk board from any color. Anybody tried this? Would another brand work?
I have old kitchen cupboards made of pressed wood with a wood grain paper like laminate over the top. They are from the 70's and I would so like to paint them but am ... See more
Has anyone encountered the problem of their DIY chalk paint seizing up? I have been making my own chalk paint for 2 years, using unsanded grout and various paint sour... See more
I saw a coffee table that looked weathered, with blues, red, purple, brown and some white. It was beautiful. I would like to get that multilayered look, but not sur... See more
My husband drove over freshly painted white road lines and we can't seem to get it off the side of his truck where the tires splattered the paint up onto the body of ... See more
I wondered if you could get the look of the old tin ceilings by using the stamp and ink.
I've tested this cabinet I found at a flea market for lead - definitely contains lead on the outside and inside. I've read that coating with a lead encapsulating coat... See more
I painted my laminate cabinets, and it turned out great except... I thought by applying around 4 coats of Polyurethane it would protect the cabinets from scuffing, a... See more
For painted stepping stones; touching up paint on tin metal garden decor; painting a bird bath (so it would have to be non-toxic); painting bird houses that are just ... See more