Whitewash Process?

Answer Whitewash, lime wash or lime paint is a very cheap type of paint make from slaked lime and chalk. Whitewash is typically used on exterior surfaces of buildings, fences and outdoor structures, but i... Read More »

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How to Whitewash Furniture?

Whitewashing furniture is a great way to revive an older piece of furniture. The process provides a different look and feel to painting the piece, and is considered by many to be an excellent appro... Read More »

How to Whitewash Trim?

Whitewash is a technique for staining wood that adds light and color without being too stark; it allows the grain show through, while reducing dark or yellow tones. Whitewashed wood is a versatile ... Read More »

How to Whitewash Walls?

Whitewashing is the process of covering a wall with a very thin coat of thin plaster made with water, lime and other ingredients. Whitewashing is used to color fences, wood, and most commonly, wall... Read More »

How to Whitewash Cabinets?

The look of whitewash cabinets will brighten a room without using paint and give the added benefit of allowing the wood's natural grain to show through. Certain wood types, like pine, are better su... Read More »