Articles in: Wood Stain

DIY Décor: How to Customize a Wooden Storage Crate

Posted by: on February 11th, 2013 | 30 Comments

Finished DIY wooden storage crate with pillows and blankets inside

 

On our website (and in some stores), you can find unfinished wooden storage crates that are often handy for out-of-sight storage, like in a garage. But their unstained finish may not make them a great storage option for your living room. With a bit of stain and some cabinet pulls, however, we were able to customize a DIY wooden storage crate to give it a more finished look.

 

Supplies needed to build a DIY Wooden Storage Crate

 

For this project, you’ll need the following supplies:

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Renewing Your Deck – Spray, Roll Or Brush?

Posted by: on August 7th, 2011 | Make A Comment

Home Depot Store Associate, Atlanta GA

One of the most common questions I hear this time of year is, “Do I spray, roll, or brush to apply deck stain?”

My customers typically really want to know which one will allow them to make their deck look good while spending the least amount of time on the project. Renewing the finish on your deck can be a challenging DIY project.

When done properly it includes removing grilling stains, dirt and mildew from the wood, as well as applying two coats of stain to renew the look of your outdoor oasis.

So, which one do you choose?

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