4 responses

  1. Brooke
    December 12, 2012

    This. is. awesome. I love the concept of milk paint, but I have never used it before. I can’t wait to try this out! Thanks!

  2. Kery
    November 22, 2014

    While I love the chemical free approach to this idea, I think I have to disagree with the cheap part!! For a small project it wouldn’t be too pricey, but to paint a decent sized room it would be cheaper to buy real paint. Milk is pretty expensive for, you know, being MILK!!! Still can’t wait to try this though, I’m always lookig for new ways to do things more naturally

  3. Kery
    November 22, 2014

    I was also wondering, do you know if you could use plants to dye the milk mixture?

    • SnappyLiving
      November 22, 2014

      Milk has gone up a lot since I wrote this post, so you’re right – it’s only cheaper if you’re doing a small area. You could definitely use plants to dye it, but there’s a slim chance they would alter the mix’s properties in a way that it wouldn’t work so well. I think that’s unlikely, but you might want to test a patch first, if possible.

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