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Paint Types and Styles

by 4Psites Login July 30, 2016

Paint Types and Styles

In today's world, the DIYer is presented with lots of options when it comes to paint.
Consider this a primer on the types of paint we sell.

Chalk Style Paint. Chalk Style Paint is a casual chalky interior matte paint that is available in many contemporary colors. Chalk Style Paint is great for giving your furniture an aged or antique appearance. It is also easy to create a distressed appearance. This new palette complements our lively Milk Paint line with colors inspired by relaxed Scandinavian hues, British tradition and American favorites.

Popular Chalk Style Paint Applications:

  • Furniture

Milk Paint. Our Milk Paint is a high quality interior/exterior pre-mixed paint. While not a true "casein based milk paint" our milk paint is a modern version of an old world style paint with a strong mineral base. Our milk paint is adaptable and UV resistant. It may be applied via brush or spray and possesses excellent flow and leveling properties. You can mix it, lighten it, distress it, glaze it, layer different colors or antique it - perfect for upcycling or repurposing furniture. You can also intermix our Milk Paints with our Chalk Style Paint. Now available in over 25 colors.

Popular Milk Paint Applications:

  • Furniture
  • Kitchen Cabinets

Summary

  • Requires no priming or sanding.
  • Adhere to a wide variety of surfaces including wood, fiberglass, PVC,primed steel, vinyl and most composite materials.
  • Easy application.
  • Quick Drying.
  • Water-based, non-toxic, and low VOC.
  • Has a whitish, or chalky undertone.
  • Can be painted on as a thin coat (as in a stain), or a solid layer.
  • No special equipment, or brushes.
  • Can be mixed with other colors.
  • Easy to distress, age, or antique.



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