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General Finishes - Bronze Pearl Pt

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Pearl Effects are water-based decorative, acrylic pearlescent colors used to create specialty finishes. They may be applied over General Finishes Milk Paint, stains and water-based topcoats to...

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Pearl Effects are water-based decorative, acrylic pearlescent colors used to create specialty finishes. They may be applied over General Finishes Milk Paint, stains and water-based topcoats to create translucent metallic Pearl Effects. Pearl Effects are thick enough to cover a surface but may also be brushed on lightly to create a dusting effect. Experimentation is the key to using this versatile product.
  • Versatile Pearlescent Effects
  • 6 decorative accent colors
  • Water-based, easy cleanup

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