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What is Milk Painting?

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2005-10-25 21:09:06
2005-10-25 21:09:06

Milk paint is an ancient form of paint. Most traditional and country style homes used milk paint as a method of painting their furniture. Farmers used milk, which they had plenty of, to help their paint formula bond to the furniture. Milk added to lime, clay and earth pigments, would produce milk paint. The proteins found in cow milk helps the paint bind to the furniture surface. Milk painting is old-fashioned, but it

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