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Use this trick to cover carpet before painting - as well as all surfaces. Contractor secrets roundup

Use this trick to cover carpet before painting - as well as all surfaces. Contractor secrets roundup

Use Floetrol in your paint when refinishing cabinets--- keeps it from streaking / leaving paint brush marks**.

Use Floetrol in your paint when refinishing cabinets--- keeps it from streaking / leaving paint brush marks**.

DIY - Repurposing Old Tins with Spray Paint & Vintage Labels. Full Step-by-Step Tutorial. Vintage Labels found for free here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/taffeta/sets/72157623775095705/

DIY - Repurposing Old Tins with Spray Paint & Vintage Labels. Full Step-by-Step Tutorial. Vintage Labels found for free here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/taffeta/sets/72157623775095705/

10 Paint Secrets: tips  tricks you never knew about paint. Great info!

10 Paint Secrets: tips tricks you never knew about paint. Great info!

The Short cut way to repaint kitchen cabinets with no sanding,stripping, or even removing the doors! Plus a lot of cute furniture re-dos.

The Short cut way to repaint kitchen cabinets with no sanding,stripping, or even removing the doors! Plus a lot of cute furniture re-dos.

I make my own version by using plain interior paint mixed with Plaster of Paris (affiliate link). You can find Plaster of Paris at Home Depot or Lowe's and it's really cheap. All you do is mix 5 tablespoons of Plaster of Paris with 2 cups of paint and 2 tablespoons of water. Just combine ingredients and stir well. It may even be a little lumpy, but that's okay. Once you brush it on, it evens out.

I make my own version by using plain interior paint mixed with Plaster of Paris (affiliate link). You can find Plaster of Paris at Home Depot or Lowe's and it's really cheap. All you do is mix 5 tablespoons of Plaster of Paris with 2 cups of paint and 2 tablespoons of water. Just combine ingredients and stir well. It may even be a little lumpy, but that's okay. Once you brush it on, it evens out.

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