Summer doesn't seem as fun when you have an endless exterior house-painting job looming over you. To make it more enjoyable, let's play a game where we predict the house-painting mistakes you're about to make.
You want to paint your kitchen using a spray gun and you realize that the latex paint is too thick for the nozzle and needs thinning. If you continue reading this article you will learn how to thin latex paint for a spray gun.
Colors affect our moods, even if we don't necessarily realize it. The better we understand their influence, the more we can use colors to our creative advantage. Here are some fun insights into the psychology of color.
Painting can seem like such an easy task for the weekend warrior. A gallon of paint, a couple of brushes and you can give your home a whole new look. But there's more to it than that -- and a few more supplies to stock up on.
Each year, American homeowners throw out 64 million gallons of unused paint. That's enough to fill 128 Olympic swimming pools. But your color treasure doesn't have to turn to trash. There are many options for your old paint.
Here's the classic definition of boredom -- sitting around and watching paint dry. But if you knew exactly what happens during those minutes and hours when paint morphs from a sloshing liquid into a thin, glossy film, you'd be fascinated.