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REAL Milk Paint
Carlos the Carpenter
Old Fashioned Milk Paint, Buttermilk
This stuff is awesonme! I have painted furniture that I've made for my children and always get compliments on the finish. The instructions are good and have helpful hints.
A word of caution on milk paint: If it doesn't some in a powder form, IT AIN'T MILK PAINT. Milk paint is lime-based, so as soon as you mix it with water, there's a chemical reaction that takes place and starts to harden the paint. That's why you only mix as much paint as you will use in a day.
Shame on those General guys trying to sell you "milk paint in can." You're just better off diluting your cheap latex paint with water.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Love this paint!
Mixing the powder with water was so easy using a kitchen hand mixer. The texture was about like cake batter and it went on like cake batter! But it brushed out beautifully and gave a very light, almost unpainted look to the wood. I remember milk paint used on cabinets when I was a girl and the wonderful smell in the kitchens on hot summer's day. I'm hoping for that bit of nostalgia to return.
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