Posted by Monica | Oct 19th, 2006
Here’s a question we received via Myspace:
I repainted a dresser a few years ago with paint I purchased at Home Depot that I thought was Ralph Lauren suede. It has looked great, but now needs touchup. How do I do this? Do I have to strip the whole thing and repaint? Can I paint over what I have? I remember a 2 step procedure with a base coat and a glaze? Help!
As I have personally never...
Posted by michelle | Feb 8th, 2006
The Fix Chicks have received lots of mail about Ralph Lauren River Rock paint. In fact, that’s the ONLY Ralph Lauren paint we get email about, even though we feature a room done using their Suede textured paint. See the original article and additional comments here.
We’d like to thank Eric, who wrote in about a River Rock paint application solution that he and his wife, Erin, came up with.
Dear Fix Chicks:...
Posted by michelle | Apr 14th, 2004
Next time you’re bored, go to Google and type in “ralph lauren paint.” Yep, we’re usually near the top under that topic. Why? Because we wrote a couple of articles about the RL Paints we used successfully, and we keep a message board specifically devoted to that paint and the topics and problems associated with it. The odd thing is the number of folks who seem to think that we, the Fix Chicks, ARE Ralph...
Posted by michelle | Feb 18th, 2004
Ralph Lauren Paint… maybe the scariest paint on the planet. It’s some pretty kewl paint but jeeze, it cost’s a fortune compared to “normal” paint. However, if you want a wall that gets attention, Ralph Lauren textures are fantastic.
Hint #1 - BUY LOTS OF IT!
This stuff does NOT go a long way. If you get poor coverage with your expensive paint, it’s gonna look like $35 per gallon doo-doo. Figure...