Oil & Paint

Painting pressure treated wood with a brush

How to Paint Pressure Treated Wood [4-Step Guide + FAQs]

There are a number of reasons why you might want to paint pressure treated wood. The desire to achieve a certain color or appearance is probably the most important one. Although it is generally not recommended that you paint such timber, there are is a way how to do it. However, it needs to dry …

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Example of Matte and Gloss Paint

Matte vs Satin vs Semi Gloss (Paint, Lacquer, Polyurethane)

Whether you are choosing paint for the walls in your home, polyurethane to refinish your hardwood floors or lacquer for wood finishing jobs, you will likely stumble over different types of appearance. These include flat, matte, satin, semi-gloss and gloss, for instance. While picking the color of paint and lacquer only requires you to follow …

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Danish Oil VS Tung Oil

Danish Oil vs Tung Oil – What Are the Differences?

If you have wooden furniture or floors, you will need to treat the wood to protect it from moisture and other threats. A proper finish also enhances the appearance of the wood and extends its life. While finishes such as Varnish or Polyurethane are common for floors and exterior wood, natural oils are a popular …

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Water Based vs Oil Based Polyurethane

When you have been using wood for construction, furniture or flooring, you will likely have to enhance the resilience and durability of the natural material. Polyurethane is one of the most common and effective finishes that provide a protective final coat for the wood. However, there are two different types of Polyurethane (sometimes referred to …

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How long does it take paint to dry

How Long Does It Take Paint To Dry (Walls, Wood & Concrete)?

When you paint a wall, a ceiling, a door, furniture, a floor or a countertop, you will inevitably ask yourself: How long does the paint take to dry? The answer depends on the circumstances of your project, though. The two main factors are: the type of paint you are using, and the material (and its …

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Pros and Cons of Oil Based Paint

Pros & Cons of Oil-Based and Water-Based Paint

Many DIY projects around the home involve paint as a finish. Furniture, cabinets, floors, walls, ceilings and doors are only a few examples. You might think of choosing the right color and the desired amount of sheen as being the main challenges when you need to pick your paint. However, you will want to think …

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