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how to paint a piece of furniture with milk paint

Posted by claudialina10 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 7, 10 at 10:10

Hi all,
One quick comment before my question - I painted my living/dining this weekend. Used BM Aura for the first time - LOVED it, went on beautifully and was easy to work with. Will never use anything else for walls again!

Anyway - I have a small end table, stained wood, that I'd like to paint a maroon color. I heard painting furniture with milk paint is supposed to be good, nice finish, etc. Can someone help me understand how I would do this? Do I need to sand the piece first? What is involved?

Thanks for your help!


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RE: how to paint a piece of furniture with milk paint

A few years ago I used Milk Paint to paint an unfinished bookcase .... I LOVE the finish it gives. I used the powered milk paint and had to put a protective clear finish on after.

But the *look* of milk paint can't be duplicated by *paint in a can* ... good luck on your project!


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RE: how to paint a piece of furniture with milk paint

These folks have a guide that you can download.

Here is a link that might be useful: Homestead house milk paint


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