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How to Select Interior Paint

Paint can liven up a room or set the mood to create a peaceful oasis. This DIY Basic explains how to select interior paint.

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Top 61 Brushes Projects

  1. 1. Choosing Paintbrushes and Rollers

    Choosing the right paint brush or roller is essential to a good paint job.

  2. 2. #10: Grapple Attachment (01:14)

    A grapple attachment clears out brush without disturbing the soil.

  3. 3. Photo Gallery: Removing Wallpaper

    This DIYNetwork.com photo gallery shows you how to remove wallpaper from walls using a steamer stripper.

  4. 4. Choose the Right Paintbrush

    Learn these important tips in choosing the right paint brush for your painting project.

  5. 5. Refinishing Brushes (02:05)

    Brad Staggs talks about refinishing brushes, how to use and clean them.

  6. 6. Bobcat (03:32)

    Popular Mechanics puts this ultimate power tool to the test.

  7. 7. Better Basics (20:00)

    Chris Grundy discovers some basic tools with a new twist.

  8. 8. Brush Flex Extender (00:01:11)

    You can reach to paint anywhere with McCauley Tools' Brush Flex extender.

  9. 9. Angled Roller Brush

    This unique paint roller can reach into corners and tight spaces. Read about it here at DIY.

  10. 10. Exposing Brick (00:60)

    John DeSilvia shares practical advice on exposing brick.

  11. 11. Painting Vinyl Siding (03:20)

    Can vinyl siding be painted? Find out from a painting expert.

  12. 12. Paint-Stripper Basics

    Whether it's removing paint from baseboards and trim, or removing the varnish from furniture, chemical strippers can help you do the jo...

  13. 13. Stroke of Genius (00:00:23)

    Can't decide what color to paint a room? Here's a trick that will help.

  14. 14. How to Prepare a Painting Kit

    Before you begin a painting project, put together a painting kit: paint brushes, paint roller, painter's tape, roller tray, drop cloth,...

  15. 15. Refresh Your Paintbrushes (00:00:23)

    Don't let brushes go sour with caked-on old paint! Try this tip.

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