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General Finishes - Perfect Gray Milk Paint Pint

$18.99

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...

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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.


Features:

• Durable for furniture and cabinets

• Low luster sheen

• Easy to apply and durable

• Rated for interior and exterior use


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