We are all about MMS Milk Paint Today. Our featured color is Boxwood is our rich, dark grassy green. Depending on the finish used on the piece, it can look bright and bold or subtle – more like a muted olive. Boxwood is named for the preserved boxwood wreaths and topiaries Marian uses in her interiors.
Boxwood mixes well with Grain Sack to create a pale aqua. Layer under Lucketts Green for a two-toned, monochromatic look. We sell MMS paints in the shop and online with all of the other goodies: furniture wax, antiquing fax, bonding agent, and so much more! Also check out our Milk Paint FAQ’s page.
When should I use bonding agent?
When the surface is previously finished, painted with a non-porous paint or sealed. Milk paint will resist and chip if it cannot be absorbed, as it is in porous surfaces and raw wood. The ratios of bonding agent can be adjusted depending on the amount of seal or shine on the piece being painted. Do not use the bonding agent or use it in select areas if a “chippy” look is desired. Remember that painting a pre-finished without sanding and/or using the Bonding Agent is unpredictable! Here is a tutorial on using the bonding agent: http://www.alldolledupwichita.com/bonding-agent/