To apply an even coat of finish on round or turned items such as a vase or pot, position a lazy susan near the edge of your workbench with the object in the center. With the lazy susan spinning, coat the item using a can of spray paint. Once it has dried, spin it again, and apply a second coat.
America's favorite father-daughter home improvement duo tackle several projects at Santa Rosa, California resident Becky West's house.
Rust-Oleum Universal Spray Paint is the perfect choice for any surface—from wood and metal to plastic and vinyl. It resists corrosion and rust and is available in a wide range of colors, sheens, and finishes—including hammered and metallic—and even sprays upside-down! Watch this video to find out more.
Primers are specially formulated paint products that are used to prepare surfaces for the finish coat of paint. Their most important job is to adhere to the substrate while creating a uniform surface that is ready to receive paint. When properly applied, primers can make your paint job last longer and look better.
Watch this video to find out what to look for when choosing caulking to seal cracks and gaps on the outside of your home, and how to cut caulking tubes and apply caulk.