Can you stain or paint? What would be the best stain?
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 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 can you use to "seal" paint on outside carpet?
I am painting my outdoor carpet on my covered front porch but it does get some rain/snow at times. What could you seal it with after painting that would help it not f... See more
You can for sure paint over stain, if it is completely dry. Stain over paint will act like an "antiquating technic" used many years ago to turn modern furniture or cabinets in to "instant" antiques. (yeah I'm that old-sigh)
However if your paint is worn out and chipping/flecking off then a good sanding will remove the worst and a good deck paint could be applied. Contact a paint supplier and ask for their recommendations as to what is best for you area.
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