Showing posts with label rust-oleum. Show all posts
Showing posts with label rust-oleum. Show all posts

Friday, July 7, 2017

Summer Fun with Yard Art Spray Chalk

yard art
When we think of Yard Art, we think of sidewalk chalk. However, this year we enjoyed spraying chalk! We found this to be a fun way to decorate and show some creativity in the yard. Both adults and children in our home enjoyed spraying with Rust-Oleum® Yard Art Spray Chalk.

Monday, September 5, 2016

Enhancing the Curb Appeal with this #DIY Driveway Project using Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield

Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield driveway
We feel the driveway is one of the most important part of a property, as it adds to the curb appeal. It is also the most used space in a home, and wears out the fastest because it is exposed to the sun, rain, snow, and dirt, as well as vehicle oils. In the past, to keep our driveway looking clean, fresh, bright, and dark we have used asphalt driveway sealers, and also professional driveway sealing services. However, these looks have not lasted more than a few days before the driveway has gone back to look like its old self.

Monday, July 25, 2016

Our Garage transformation using Rust-oleum Epoxy Shield #DIY

Rust-oleum Epoxy Shield garage flooring
We have a detached garage, which we haven't made use of much other than storing belongings. Last summer, we realized the value of having an extended separate space especially as our interests and hobbies have grown. Due to our love for DIY projects, woodworking, gardening, and crafts, we decided to change our garage space to fully utilize and accommodate these interests.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Our Cabinet Transformation Using Rust-Oleum

kitchen renovation
After transforming the cabinets with Rust-Oleum
We have used Rust-Oleum about three years ago to transform our front porch, and love the results. Due to our trust in their products my husband and I undertook a DIY project during the holidays using the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformation kit. Using this kit to transform the kitchen cupboards to our preferred colour is less costly compared to changing the entire cupboards or doing messy demolitions.