• What is the difference between milk paint and regular paint?

    Milk paint is water based. It soaks into the wood unlike regular paint that forms a coat on the surface. For the best effect, use thinner, not thicker coats. It doesn't require sanding your furniture which literally saves hours.

  • What is a bonding agent for milk paint?

    The Bonding Agent for milk paint is a concentrated water-based acrylic emulsion. Its application is necessary before painting on surfaces such as glass, baked enamel, painted metal, oil or latex paint, varnishes, lacquers, shellacs, polyurethanes and all types of oil.

  • How do you use General Finishes Milk Paint on furniture?

  • Can you use milk paint on a coffee table?

  • Can you paint on top of milk paint?

    Can You Paint On Top Of Milk Paint? You can paint over a piece that has been sealed with The Real Milk Paint Co's finishing creams or the Tough Coat Sealer as soon as it has dried.

  • Does milk paint mold?

    When absorbed into the surface, Milk Paint will never chip or peel when applied to a raw wood surface. It is suitable for both interior and exterior applications and is naturally mold resistant.

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