Can I add milk paint powder to chalk paint?
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Hello that’s a very tricky question. I would suggest calling your paint manufacturer these pants has specific properties unique to them and I’m not sure what kind of result you might come up with. If it’s a sheen issue perhaps you could address that with a sealer.
Of course you can, but don't now what the results might be. Why not try a very small trial and see if it provides the finish you're wanting to have. Teting such as this often creates a whole new method (invention) to share!
I would double check with the vendor where you purchased each. If you want to be adventurous, you could try mixing a very small amount and see how it works.
Hi Darlene, yep you absolutely can. I am curious what you're goal is / are you looking to change the color or create a thicker consistency? Cant hurt to try it with a small batch to see if it achieves the results you're looking for!
Yes you can, mix up enough for the whole project so you have consistent results, practice on a small piece and go from there.
Can milk paint be used over chalk paint? Yes. When layering milk paint over a fresh coat of chalk paint, you don't need to sand the chalk paint surface.
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While it appears that you can I don't see what the advantage would necessarily be.
Here are the differences:
There was a question asked here about mixing chalk paint with other paints a few years ago, and here is the link if you want to read it
Mixing chalk paint with craft paint or other kind of paint
I'm just wondering why you want to do that since both paints are great on their own. If you really want to try it, mix a small test amount first and see what happens.
Hi Darlene, yes you can. Both milk paint and chalk paint are water-based and they're both made by adding a dry powder-based (chalk or milk protein) to a liquid. Depending on what chalk paint you're using, I would suggest mixing up a small batch and playing around to see what results you get. Have fun
Yes you can, make sure you mix it in really well, and that you have enough to finish the project. If you do not have enough the finished project may come out splotchy.'
It sounds like it will be a little thick to me. I am not sure why you would want to do this. Milk paint and chalk paint are two different kinds of paint. I would not mix them :)
I would try it out on a small batch and see how it looks on a small surface of what you'll be painting.
Personally, I wouldn't mix the two different paints.
Don't know, but why not give it a try! Use it on a sample before commiting to a nreal poroject!
I don't see why not. You'll get a nice combo of texture that could really turn out nice!
Hi Darlene: You sure can. Here's a great site that may answer all of your questions:
Seems like it should work. What finish are you trying to achieve?
Yes you definitely can. But I think it would be best to just try mixing a small amount first and see how it works.
Hi Darlene, you can certainly layer chalk paint over milk paint for great results, the chalk paint will prevent the milk paint from chipping off, here's a link that may help you