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  • i k. 1 year ago
    I use it to refresh any old outdoor decoration; bird baths, mailbox post, shutters, trim, etc. It not avoids the paint from getting into the dump, but also serves to refresh tired eyesores.
  • Linda J T. 2 years ago
    mix them together to created your own color.
  • Michelle M. 2 years ago
    Paint cannot be "donated to Habitat for Humanity" - they no longer accept it since too much of it was no good. However, for those on the East Coast, a new company called Yuck Old Paint ( 1-888-509-YUCK) is available to pick up your paint, usable or not, from homes and businesses. They work with various markets to put the paint back to Reuse (better than Recycling!) in Community Beautification, Humanitarian Construction projects, and Theater productions! If the paint is not still good, they process it for appropriate legal disposal.
  • Kari Shae J. 2 years ago
    We have a friend that repurposes old furniture as a hobby/side business. Any leftover paint is often given to her by many people, no matter the amount. She will add minuscule amount even to pieces to make them appear 'distressed'. She never wastes any paint or stain that way!
  • Diana R. 2 years ago
    I paint old clay pots
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