FolkArt ® Milk Paints - Absinthe, 6.8 oz.
Verdant and green, Absinthe is richly pigmented and offers exceptional coverage. FolkArt Milk Paint is a casein based paint that dries to an opaque, matte finish. This centuries old paint tradition has been updated for contemporary applications and is ideal for use on use on raw wood. FolkArt Milk Paint comes premixed, and brushes on like a stain, but dries to a flat finish. Whether you’re going for farmhouse chic or a modern update, FolkArt Milk Paint is a versatile and beautiful option.
FolkArt ® Milk Paint Brush, 1-1/4"
Nimble and easy to grip, the 1 ¼” brush was designed specifically for use with Folk Art Milk Paint. Ideal for tight corners or small projects, this flag-tipped brush has natural bristles designed for maximum paint hold and smooth application. The rounded corners help hide brush marks for a flawless finish. Excellent for a wide variety of home decor projects, this agile brush is reusable and cleans up easily with soap and water. These brushes continue the quality and ingenuity of the Folk Art Milk Paint line.
Unfinished wood frame
Wipe frame with paper towel to remove any dust or dirt.
Apply a coat of Absinthe to the frame. Allow to dry thoroughly.
Apply an additional coat if needed. Let dry thoroughly before use.
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