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Milk Paint - Water Based - Queenstown Gray - Pint

Item 159028
Model PQG

$26.99

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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: Queenstown Gray
    • Size: Pint
    • 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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