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Lamp Black Milk Paint Quart

$27.99

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General Finishes doubled its Milk Paint color palette for 2014, adding 14 new colors to the premixed line it calls “furniture paint with soul.” This high-tech, water-based acrylic paint is easy to...

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General Finishes doubled its Milk Paint color palette for 2014, adding 14 new colors to the premixed line it calls “furniture paint with soul.” This high-tech, water-based acrylic paint is easy to apply, durable and simple to repair, while opening up an almost limitless array of color and finish possibilities. Mix colors or use 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.



  • Many popular colors to choose from


  • Low luster sheen


  • Easy to apply and durable


  • Rated for interior and exterior use

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Introducing General Finishes 2014 color palette for Milk Paint, adding 14 new colors to the premixed line it calls “furniture paint with soul.”  The popular high-tech

acrylic furniture and project finish can be mixed, lightened, distressed, glazed, layered for different colors and antiqued.  It’s perfect for unfinished furniture, upcycling or
repurposing furniture.  Available in 28 mixable colors.
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Habitat

Woodcraft invites the Parkersburg, WV area residents to a free Upcycling Event at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore on Saturday, June 21, at 10 a.m.  Mixed media artist Leslie Yoak from St. Marys will “upcycle” and repurpose ReStore items to improve their look and value.  What’s the difference between upcycle and repurpose?  Upcycling is taking something old or outdated and giving it a fresh modern new look.  Repurposing is giving new life to an item by changing it into something entirely useful than what is used to be.  For example, the item on the left below is an end table from the 80′s, upcycled with General Finishes products from Woodcraft, giving it a new flair with a distressed look to match the rooms decor.  Photo right shows an old bathroom light box fixture, repurposed or transformed into a rack for hanging anything from jewelry and belts to other creative items for remodeling any room.

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Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    "Not a True Milk Paint"

    I bought a pint of GF Lamp Black Milk Paint, which is a convenient product since it's pre-mixed. However, I found that it doesn't level-out or sand as nicely as the powdered products I've used and like very much. The GF website says that it is "not a true milk paint" but, really, it's not even close. Milk paint ingredients are; natural pigment, casein from milk and lime. The GF product ingredients are water, Acrylic Resin, Glycol Ethers and Tributoxyethyl Phosphate. Why not be honest and say it is acrylic paint with a look similar to that of milk paint?

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    LOVE this paint!

    I have used this paint for several different projects and absolutely love how it looks. The Lamp Black paint is a beautiful color that gives off a slight blue glow when sealed with a satin poly. Highly recommend this paint.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    I am going to order more of this product

    I am using the paint for painting furniture and other wood pieces. Love the "shade" of black, and it looks great on the pieces I have painted. Will be back to get more colors in the very near future. Your quick response to my order was very much appreciated.

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great product!

    Highly recommend this paint and Woodcraft. Top of the line service!!

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great product

    I used this paint as the main color to redo two old nightstands. I used about three coats for the coverage I wanted and then sanded the bottom colors through to distress. I was very pleased with the final product and will use this paint again. This was the first time I have used milk paint.

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