This pure solvent-free food-safe drying oil creates a protective, water-resistant surface. Use on unfinished wood or milk painted surfaces.
It penetrates to protect from the inside out. Does not leave a surface film that will chip or scratch. This food-safe oil finish is perfect for use in the kitchen on wood or stone. Used outside, it can restore the luster of old oil based paint or revitalize surfaces such as cast iron. Test on an inconspicuous spot prior to using on an entire piece.
How to use this product:
Surface must be clean and dry. Apply small amount of oil to surface using a clean cloth or natural-bristle brush. Rub gently until it is absorbed into raw wood or Milk Paint finish. For additional sheen and protection, add 2-4 coats. With no solvents, drying time is extended, so allow 2 hours between coats and wipe away excess after 12 hours. Finished piece may take several days to cure. To maintain, apply a light coat every other year as needed. To remove scratches, lightly sand blemish, then reapply oil.
Covers approximately 25-40 sq. feet. Soap and water cleanup.
MMS Milk Paint Description: Milk Paint is an ancient paint containing just five simple ingredients – milk protein (casein), limestone, clay, chalk and natural & non-toxic synthetic pigments. When absorbed into the surface, Milk Paint will never chip or peel when applied to a raw wood surface. It 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 wood, plaster, drywall and a variety of other surfaces. It is environmentally friendly, non-toxic and contains no VOCs.
Milk paint comes in powder form and will need to be mixed with water to make your paint. A one-quart bag of paint will cover approximately 70 sq. ft. and will also require a top coat. Whether that be wax, hemp oil or tough coat, they will all ensure a beautiful and lasting finish on your project.
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