Can you refinish an enameled tabletop?
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?
What would you do with these end tables to update them with paint
I want to paint these tables to update them as I will be selling them at a flea market, but I just am at a loss as to what to do with them. Is there anyone who paints... See more
How would you refinish this piece, it has a matching round table? Thx
It's a family piece, Canadian Roxton maple hutch with base, made in 1970's. I'm looking for ideas on refinishing this & matching colonial table (table has 4 spindle l... See more
How can I refinish a Teek Wood shower stool. I sanded it. What next?
Old wood china hutch. How can I update it interestingly?
I want to cheer up this old (no idea the kind of wood) hutch, china, curio. One of the glass panes broke. I thought of replacing all with mesh or just replacing the s... See more
Can I refinish a veneer top table?
Is it possible to sand and restain a veneer top table?
I have a simular issue a good-sized 6 sitter table that was gifted to me unfortunately it has a yellowish color scheme on the enamel top; that doesn't match with the rest of the decor. Whats even more strange is the chairs dont match the table colors (pea-green) and I can tell its a pair beauce of the bamboo wood-design.
Anyway luckily it came with a glass top so I can place a round cloth.
I'm eying wallpaper (`peel-and-stick` kind) at the moment because I want this new design to be as snug/close to original enamel-top as I can. Plus my table is round and I don't have much faith that I can sow a perfectly round table cloth.
I have a porcelain or enamel top table I bought for 30 bucks from a women on Facebook. It appears someone either spraypainted the top or painted it with something gritty. I think it is old spray paint. Attaching pics. How can I remove the paint without ruining the porcelain or enamel underneath? Also, she said it is porcelain, but how do I know for sure? I am disabled with bad shoulders, so I can't use too much pressure to sand it but do have a powersander somewhere in my garage. What grit paper? I'm trying to get the paint off to have the original porcelain top. Thanks!
I have a porcelain top farm table...the leaf slides out on the end not the sides. I need a picture of the underside of the table . I need to see how the leaf slides out....I want to see how the slide mechanism works
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