How to Refinish Wood Furniture

30 January 2017
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Wood furniture is durable, beautiful, and only gets better with age. If you have solid wood furniture in your home but aren't thrilled about the color stain or varnish on it, don't take the piece to the curb just yet. You can refinish that wood furniture piece and give it a whole new look and new life to match with your d├ęcor. See below for wood-furniture refinishing tips and instructions. Read More 

How To Prep For Painting With A Spray Gun

28 November 2016
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Painting with a spray gun is a great way to speed up the job. Of course, a spray gun is not the most practical solution for all paint jobs, but it is ideal for new construction, exterior surfaces, and areas where you don't need to worry about overspray. The tools and techniques that you use to paint with a spray gun are very different from what you for paintbrushes and rollers. Read More 

How To Mask Off When Painting Your Exterior

20 July 2016
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Painting the outside of a home is much more difficult than painting the interior. This is partly because there is more surface area to cover, but also because much of the wall is harder to reach and it has a rougher texture. You also have to battle the elements (wind and rain), which can be inconvenient to say the least. To speed up painting your exterior walls, you should rent a pneumatic spray gun and air compressor. Read More 

How To Prep For Painting Like A Pro

7 February 2016
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Painting interior drywall surfaces is one of the most manageable home improvement projects for DIYers.  In fact, painting the walls is fairly simple and quite self explanatory. However, there is a good deal of prep work that is necessary before you even begin to paint. If you have the right tools and supplies, along with proper application, you can make the rest of the paint job much easier. Most drywall interiors have a subtle texture, so they are best painted with a combination of rollers and brushes. Read More 

Varnish Vs. Polyurethane For Sealing Furniture

30 October 2015
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When you are painting an object, it is sometimes necessary to protect it from damage. If the object you are using will not be handled much, then you probably don't need to worry about it getting scuffed and starting to fade. On the other hand, if you are painting or staining a chair or other piece of furniture, then you need to think about what toll constant wear will take. Treating your furniture with a hardening agent will help it to wear better. Read More