Hampton

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Hampton – a mid tone neutral with a hint of aged peach.

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Coverage
50g Tester (a side table, several mirror frames or small chair)

330g (a dresser and a side table)

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Homestead House milk paints are biodegradable and Zero VOC!

 

What’s the difference between Fusion Mineral Paint and Fusion Milk Paint? 

 

Milk Paint VS Mineral Paint

Milk Paint by Homestead House has 28 unique colours. The look of Milk Paint will give your piece a special touch. Easy to mix and brushes on very nicely.

How to use: Add one part water to one part powder – it’s that easy! Just mix and go.
Zero VOC – no low VOC, zero VOC. The formulation is (child) safe.
Beginner or pro – whether you’re painting for the first time or a seasoned professional, it’s easy for everyone to get a unique look using Milk Paint by Homestead House.
30 minutes to cure – it is the fastest drying paint on the market. This Milk Paint cures super fast.
Environmentally friendly – Milk Paint lasts forever, just mix the amount you want to use and save the rest for your next project.
Getting started with Milk Paint?

1. Prepare
Clean and degrease the surface.

2. Mix
Combine 1 part water with 1 part powder and stir for 1 minute.

3. Paint!
Using a brush, apply Milk Paint to the surface. Each coat is dry within 15-30 minutes (yes, fast!) and can be reapplied immediately after drying.

4. Finish.
Apply a top coat to seal your Milk Paint and bring out the true depth of the color! This will also protect the paint with a finish that will last for generations. Hemp Oil and Furniture Wax from Fusion Mineral Paint are great, easy-to-use options

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Hampton – a mid tone neutral with a hint of aged peach.

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Coverage
50g Tester (a side table, several mirror frames or small chair)

330g (a dresser and a side table)

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Homestead House milk paints are biodegradable and Zero VOC!

Homestead House colours depict the pioneer and colonial era of colours popular in those time periods.

See here how to mix Milk Paint

https://m.facebook.com/homesteadhousemilkpaint/videos/how-to-mix-milk-paint-homestead-houhttps://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1588932987947921se-milk-paint/2912138585734248/