Simulated Milk Paint

Milk paint was originally formulated using commonly available natural ingredients  —  lamp black, berries, dried plants or roots of herbs for the pigments and buttermilk for the binders.  The colors produced by these special formulas are unmatched – even today!  Olde Century Colors brings to you the same natural characteristics of the original milk paint but has added the convenience of a pre-mixed formula.  Plus our simulated milk paint is available in 2-oz. bottles, pints, quarts and gallons.  Take a look at all of the 18 gorgeous Simulated Milk Paint colors:

Paints may be intermixed to achieve ANY custom color you desire.  White to lighten or black to darken.

Application of the Olde Century Colors Simulated Milk paint is as easy as the Acrylic Latex paints.  Drying time is within one hour, leaving a durable matte finish.  The surface to be painted must be clean and free of wax or dirt.  Glossy surfaces should be sanded in order for the paint to adhere.

Clean-up is with soap and water.  For surfaces subject to repeated handling, we suggest a top coat of clear get varnish, Briwax or Briwax Sanding Sealer.

Looking to carry Olde Century Colors in your business?  Send us an email and request the free Wholesale Catalog:  thebriwaxguy@gmail.com.  Visit our website:  www.briwax-trg.com to learn more about all of the fine products that we carry.

Visit Buy Olde Century Colors Now if you can’t find a retailer near you.  We ship to the US and Canada.

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