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Milk Paint - Water Based - Antique White - Quart

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  • General Finishes® Milk Paint is a highly versatile, durable water-based acrylic paint that is easy to apply and simple to repair. Its innovative formulation has excellent flow and leveling properties and provides superior adhesion to raw or pre-finished wood and fiberglass. Milk Paint...

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    General Finishes® Milk Paint is a highly versatile, durable water-based acrylic paint that is easy to apply and simple to repair. Its innovative formulation has excellent flow and leveling properties and provides superior adhesion to raw or pre-finished wood and fiberglass. Milk Paint has an almost limitless array of color and finish possibilities. Mix colors or use in conjunction with General Finishes water-based Glazes and Wood Stains to create popular decorative finishes and effects such as distressing, antiquing, faux marble, rag rolling and color washing on just about any surface.

    Features:

    • Fast dry, water clean-up, low odor
    • Made with renewable resources
    • Easy to apply and durable
    • Low luster sheen

    Specifications:

    • Color: Antique White
    • Size: Quart
    • Type: Water-based acrylic paint
    • Interior/Exterior Use: Rated for interior and exterior use
    • Coats: 2-3
    • Applications: Furniture, millwork, cabinetry
    • Application Method: Brush, roll, spray
    • VOC: <50 g/L
    • Dry Time (@70° F and 50% Humidity): 1-2 hours

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    Reviews

    4.8 out of 5 stars
    5 Reviews
    1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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      love that paint!

      A great water based paint all around. I use it a lot.

    2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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      Milk Paint - Antique White

      I used this recently as a base for a color wash faux finish. It is superior to any other paint because the base coat will not rub off with repeated color washing. The pigmentation is very dense. If you want to do some distress sanding, the base coat stays on so you can only sand off the outer layers.

    3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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      I like this paint

      I used this on bedroom furniture I made for my daughter. It was easy to use and she loves it.

    4. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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      works very well.

      has a nice ceramic like finish, hard and easy to clean.

    5. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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      Great quality paint!

      This paint is thick and covers well, dries fast and is easy to clean up. I used it on kitchen cupboards. Two coats over old dark oak cupboards was all it took.

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