3 Ways To Touch-Up Paint

One of the hardest parts about maintaining your exterior surface is doing any sort of touch-up painting or staining. Even if you keep the exact same paint that you used when you originally painted your walls, there is a very good chance that it is not even going to match your walls today. These problems are common on interior surfaces, but they are especially pronounced on exterior surfaces that are exposed to the sun and rain. [Read More]

Tips For Stopping Graffiti Before It Happens

One common problem that many business owners must face is the defacing of their property. The nature of commercial buildings leave them vulnerable to this crime -- large, open walls with few windows combined with being deserted overnight. Fortunately, there are ways to fight back. You may not be able to stop the graffiti for good, but you will be able to minimize it and clean up after it much more easily. [Read More]

How To Paint A Frosted Glass Lamp Shade

If you have a frosted glass lamp shade that has faded, or you prefer another color, consider painting it. Frosted glass lamp shades are constructed from sandblasted semi-transparent glass sheets, which helps them produce a softer glow. Painted frosted glass has a different look than clear glass, but that makes it unique, and it doesn't require advanced skills. Paint your frosted glass lamp shade by following these tips.   Prepare to Paint the Shade [Read More]

How to Paint a Faux Brick Wall

If you have a plain interior wall you want to give a makeover, consider faux brick painting. A faux brick look provides a rustic design without having to replace the wall. This technique may look difficult, but faux brick painting is a simple technique accomplished by sponging the paint on walls with household sponges. Follow these steps to paint a faux brick wall. Prepare to Paint the Faux Bricks To paint a faux brick wall, gather: [Read More]