Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint - Arabesque
Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint - Arabesque
Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint - Arabesque
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Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint - Arabesque

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Miss Mustard Seeds Milk Paint - Arabesque.

Available in -

Tester bag 30g (covers approx. 10sq.ft.)

L/S bag 230g (covers approx. 70sq.ft.)

 

Miss Mustard Seeds Milk Paint is made from five natural ingredients - Milk Protein (casein), Limestone, Chalk, Clay and natural pigments. Milk paint has been used for hundreds of years. 100% Natural,  No VOC’s, No Chemicals, Breathable,  Biodegradable,  No primer required- for interior or exterior use. Virtually odourless, so kind on your nose as well as the environment.

25 gorgeous colours to choose from, or why not try your own custom mix? It's easy to do- just mix the coloured powder together, then simply mix the powder with water and away you go! A milk paint finish can be used on any porous surface without a primer. It will never chip or peel on porous surfaces, as it soaks in and binds to the substrate, so it's more of a stain than a paint.

For previously painted or varnished surfaces, you can add a bonding agent to the mixed milk paint to promote good adhesion. In addition, lightly sanding the surface, to scuff it up, will help even further.

Milk paint should be sealed with a topcoat, for example, one of our waxes, Hemp oil or Varnish.

This is, by far, the best paint I have ever used on furniture, both for myself and for the items in my shop, it gives an authentic, vintage, antiqued aged look perfect for tradition and modern interiors alike. 

For advice, why not pop in to my bricks & mortar shop, in the newly converted Sudbury Courtyard, Derbyshire. or follow me on Facebook & Instagram for tricks and tips!