How do I remove paint from furniture?
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 is the best way to remove latex paint from wooden furniture?
I purchased a table and chairs at a flea market and they were badly painted with a flat latex paint. The wood is stained under the latex paint. I would like to refini... See more
Does anyone know how to remove existing paint splatters from brick? I have tried everything I know of with no success.
How to remove high gloss/latex paint from furniture?
I have a wood dresser and a cheap (pressboard?) cabinet that have been painted in white high gloss/latex paint. I would like to redo them. The dresser looks ok, the p... See more
Elizabeth...I like Citristrip which can be purchased at most hardware stores. Good luck
Any paint stripper will work. Very messy, but rewarding when done.
I’ve seen where you put the stripper on and then cover it with plastic and let it si, overnight I think. It slides right off by how they describe it. Look it up, I haven’t had a chance to try it yet.
With any stripper, you’ll need to work in a well-ventilated large area, with gloves, newspapers for drop cloths, rags, scrapers, and crevice tools.
If you don’t have a heated garage, then this is a project for warm weather.
Try using Citristrip! It's my go to every time. Works great, applies like a gel, you can strip within 30 minutes and it's safe for indoor use.