French Enamel is named for the French enamelware pitchers found in antique stores and magazines. The color is a vibrant, mid-tone blue. Mix it with Tricycle for a vibrant purple or Typewriter for a darker, more muted blue. It pairs well with Flow Blue and Mustard Seed Yellow.
One quart of milk paint covers approximately 70 sq. feet. Simply mix this powder with water- it’s that easy! A Milk Paint finish is unique and can range from a solid color to a stain, it all depends on how much water you add! It can be used on any porous surface without a primer. On previously finished surfaces you may get some chipping and/or crackling, bonding agent can be added to prevent chipping but it will change the texture of the paint. Once you milk paint has dried, you can sand it smooth and it distresses very easily. Remove any remaining dust and top coat with MMSMP Hemp oil, MMSMP Furniture Wax or Matte Tough Coat.
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