What's the best paint for a fiberglass plant urn?
I found an old fiberglass urn that I want to “antique” - what paint works best?
Should I paint or stain my oak kitchen cabinets?
I was wondering if you could help me with something -- I have an entirely oak kitchen. I know it's the rage now to paint or gel stain cabinets. I've been considering ... See more
How to match ceiling paint?
Can someone tell me how to match paint for a ceiling touch up job?I cut a small patch of dry wall paper out of the ceiling and had paint made at Home Depot TWICE! Sti... See more
How to stain wood deck?
Tips to stain my wood deck?
How to stain wood cabinets?
How do I stain my wood cabinets? Do I have to remove them and put them back, or can I stain them while they are attached?
What's the best paint to use on a cement bird bath?
hi, I'm in the process of refreshing my birdbath. I have cleaned it and wanted to give it a more "stone" look. I bought a textured spray paint but then realized it pr... See more
What color would you paint the exterior?
We are about to repaint our home and I would love some suggestions on color. We will not be painting the brick. If there wasn't chimney with the same brick, I would b... See more
What color should we paint the shutters and the porch?
We have just bought a house and the shutters are green and the porch is brown? Need some help with the colors?
Spray paint for base color. Add antiquing
Spray paint! Prep work and patience is the key.
I scored 6 from one of my neighbors recently. Waiting for a non windy and no rain day to paint them.
rustoleum outdoor paint
chalk paint with sealer
Just use the left over wood paint!!
HANDS DOWN!! KRYLON FUSION! I have used this spray paint for years on many projects including concrete, plastic and fiberglass planters. It requires no primers, and doesn't peel or flake. Fantastic colors too that do not faded in the sun! I mince no words and have tried them all but I always come back to KRYLON FUSION. (Make sure it's Fusion as they make regular spray paints too).
Any car spray cans will do the job.There is a wide variety of coulors to choose from, also primers depending on the top coat ,you would use white primer for light coulors and grey for dark coulors .and also metalic finishes need a coat of laquer.
I use a marble spray paint and it lasted for years outside
I like the spray paint that looks like stone! Get it on Amazon. I have use this on outdoor pots for years. A good primer will help it last longer.
Definitely a outdoor paint maybe rustolium maybe a oil so it stays on good with the weather and heat .
I love Rustoleum hammered metal spray paints! I used it on porch lights, plastic planters and switchplates. The texture is fool proof and there are lots of dark and bright shades. The urns would look good in black but bronze and copper aresome of my favs. You can add a verdegris patina with a bit of acrylic.
I like it