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I need a 12 step program......
I've never used it directly on laminate without sanding first. They say no, but again, I am dealing with potential customers and want it to be really secure.
I will preface this next remark by a disclaimer...I am a retailer for Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint.....this is another good paint to try and it's a bit less pricey @$22. I use both types of paint (milk + chalk) on my furniture.Milk paint gives a more antique or vintage look in general. MMS brand is new and won't even start initial shipping until mid-August but it's another option for you. Milk paint (all are the same) is dry and mixed by you to the consistency and amount you want. Thin=wash, thick=paint. Milk paint tends to go "into" the wood rather than just stay on the surface. You may know already but milk paint is a very old, hard wearing type of paint and antiques found with milk paint still on them are highly valued. So, it penetrates and lasts. but the look is not the same as ASCP. Which is why I like both, for different reasons! If you want to learn about that type of paint, MMS has YouTube videos you can watch. You can take a look at her colors if you want to on my blog. Choose "colors" in the top header. www.missflibbertigibbet.com