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General Finishes - Blue MoonMilk Paint Water Based Quart


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This high-tech, water-based acrylic Milk Paint from General Finishes is easy to apply, durable and simple to repair, while the extensive array of colors available makes finishing options almost limitless. Milk Paint is popular with DIYers as an inexpensive yet artistic way of transforming the look of a single piece of furniture or an entire room into something quite extraordinary. For truly stunning results, mix colors or combine with General’s water-based glazes or stains to create custom paints and decorative effects such as distressing, antiquing, faux marble, rag rolling and color washing.
• Durable for use on furniture and cabinets
• Low luster sheen
• Easy to apply and durable
• Rated for interior and exterior use

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General Finishes Milk Paints are some of the most popular and versatile water-based paints on the market. Now they are adding another dozen colors that complete a palette carefully crafted with trending colors while preserving traditional best-selling favorites.

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Furniture painting is anything but boring when you use unique combinations of colors. Blending two or more colors on the same piece can be stunning. Here are a few tips and ideas to get you inspired, including 12 winning color combos. 

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When General Finishes released 12 new colors earlier this year, it was like Christmas Day for restorers and DIY junkies. Any color you want can be achieved by mixing colors, but it’s so much easier to just open a can and have the color you want. 

The colors are amazing. Beautiful shades in gray, blue and even ballet pink. I was instantly attracted to blue moon, a bluish teal color. I purchased the paint, not knowing what I would use it on but knowing that I would find something eventually.
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