Dresser Fjord Blue Chalk Style Paint Mixed with Lamp Black Milk Paint

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"Confession: I’ve never used chalk paint before. I’ve used milk paint extensively, both in powdered form and General Finishes Milk paint (not a a “true” milk paint, but fabulous nonetheless!), latex, and oil. So clearly, I’m not unfamiliar with various paint applications, but chalk paint was uncharted territory. Since I’m nothing if not honest, I didn’t love the Fjord Blue color–it was far more purple than I anticipated; however, one of the great things about General Finishes Chalk Paints and Milk Paints is they’re intermixable and playing the mad scientist, I combined the Fjord Blue Chalk Style Paint with Lamp Black Milk Paint to create a color I loved. As with all General Finishes products, the Chalk style paint was dreamy: smooth application, minimal brush marks, a quick dry time. I’m really excited by the other application possibilities as well, particularly spray applications. The user can brush, roll, and even spray the paint. That, combined with the compatibility and intermix-ability (maybe a word!) equals big time fun for the Queen." -Queen Patina Click here to see the full blog post: http://on.fb.me/1K25FQi
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January 22, 2016