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Pretty over Pink – Clark + Kensington Paint & Primer in One

Pretty over Pink – Clark + Kensington Paint & Primer in One

Painting white over pink wall requires a great primer which is why we used Clark + Kensington paint and primer in one from Ace Hardware.

You CAN Paint Tile

You CAN Paint Tile

Before our second child was born, we realized that our bathroom, shown above, needed some serious TLC. After three years of time warping every time we needed to tinkle and one genetic byproduct underfoot as it was, we needed our only(!) bathroom to not just become more functional, but be […]

How To Paint Over Chalkboard Paint

How To Paint Over Chalkboard Paint

You’ve painted a door, a wall, maybe a whole room with chalkboard paint — and down the road, you decide you no longer want that sort of surface. To paint over it, you will need some special equipment, but nothing too crazy. First, sand the surface to roughen it up. […]

Don’t Skip the Primer

Don’t Skip the Primer

Our friends at Remodeling for Geeks has introduced us to one of their favorite new products, the Gripper Primer from Glidden. Priming your painting surface is an important step before painting as it is specifically formulated to seal unfinished or finished surfaces and make sure the topcoat of paint adheres […]

Paint Blog Roundup: Primer, French Doors, Taping and more

Paint Blog Roundup: Primer, French Doors, Taping and more

Glidden Gripper Primer – Remodeling for Geeks Painting the VJs – Fun and VJs Watching paint dry – Casa Decrepit It’s a DIFFERENT Shade, Really! – Foxcroft

Painting a Steel Door Requires Proper Prep

Painting a Steel Door Requires Proper Prep

Black is beautiful but sometimes you need to spice things up a bit and add some color. Steel doors look great in muted earth tones but it always depends on the surrounding decor as to what will look good. Most steel doors come painted from the factory and if you […]