Taking on new painting projects are fun, but they can also increase the value of your home. In fact, Zillow's 2017 Paint Colors Analysis found that homes with blue bathrooms sold for $5,400 more than expected. But for those who are impatient, waiting for paint to dry can seem to take ages. Fortunately, you don't always have to play such a long waiting game -- there are several tricks you can use to your advantage to speed the drying process. Here are just a few tips to try to expedite the drying process of your next painting project.
As we've discussed in past blog posts, polyurethane fumes can have negative health effects on people and pets of all ages. In fact, studies have shown that levels of several volatile organic compounds average two to five times higher indoors than outdoors, and when inhaled they can contribute to several health problems. And while many homeowners assume that avoiding polyurethane fumes is as easy as buying low VOC paints, it's also important to keep flooring materials in mind. Here's what homeowners need to know about preventing polyurethane fumes and vapors from wood floor applications.
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Starting the process of collecting rainwater is a piece of cake with these 5 easiest DIY rainbarrel tutorials (and step-by-step instructions for painting!)
Do you have a birdhouse project that needs durable paint that's safe for the birds? ECOS Paints was the perfect choice for this unbelievable birdhouse!