Champlain - Homestead House Milk Paint

Homestead House milk paint - champlain ■My Painted Door
Homestead House milk paint - champlain ■My Painted Door

Champlain - Homestead House Milk Paint

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$6 for a 30 gram tester size. Coverage is 8-10 ft²  (a side table, several mirror frames or a small chair).

$25 for a 230 gram (8 oz) package. This will mix about .94 liter (1 quart) of paint and will cover 70-75 ft² (a dresser and a side table).

When painting over a previously painted or finished piece, it is recommended that you add Bonding Agent to the 1st coat of paint for better adhesion. 

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product description

All of our Homestead House and Miss Mustard Seed milk paints are organic, biodegradable and Zero VOC! The formulation of the raw ingredients are the same for both lines, however the Miss Mustard Seed line are custom designer colours. 

As Canada's only milk paint manufacturer, we continue the tradition of our past by producing authentic milk paints. Milk Paint is the oldest natural paint known to man. Our recipe stays true to authentic milk paint containing all natural ingredients such as chalk, clay, limestone, and casein (a milk protein) and natural earth based pigments. Our authentic milk paint provides a long lasting very durable finish for interior or exterior uses!

What is Milk Paint?

Milk paint is an ancient organic paint containing basic ingredients including milk protein (casein), limestone, clay and natural pigments. The result is a very durable paint popularly used by modern designers, green consumers and home owners seeking to capture a variety of modern, trendy, antique and textured looks.

When absorbed into a porous surface, milk paint will never chip or peel. Milk paint is suitable for both interior and exterior applications and is naturally mold resistant. Milk paint provides a completely breathable coating and is ideal for painting plaster, drywall, straw bale houses and a variety of other surfaces.

With our bonding agent you can now use milk paint on even more surfaces such as previously painted walls, varnished or lacquered surfaces, previous coats of paint, ceramic tiles, metal or glass.