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  • Pigment Powders
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  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders
  • Pigment Powders

Pigment Powders

$15.99

Unlike Milk Paint, Real Milk Paint® Pigment Powders do not contain binding agents; these powders are pigment only and are mainly composed of iron oxides and earth color. Use to add to Milk Paint Base or concrete or other mediums to transfer color to your world.

Pigments are packaged in a 20 oz. jar . You will receive 16 oz. by weight or 20 oz. by volume, because the specific densities of pigments vary by color.

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Product Description

ADD TO MILK PAINT OR CONCRETE TO ADD COLOR TO YOUR WORLD

Remember, before you decide to embark on an entire project, be sure to test on a sample first. Unlike Milk Paint, Real Milk Paint® Pigment Powders do not contain binding agents; these powders are pigment only and are mainly composed of iron oxides and earth colors.

By using our pigment mixing guide, you can create almost any color you can possibly think of. All colors are lime-proof, so they may be mixed with any suitable binding agent as desired by the user, including our Real Milk Paint ® Base. Pigment powders can be mixed with and used to color concrete, plaster, plastic resins, wood putties, and epoxy.

They can also be used for applications such as tinting wood fillers, wood finishing, shading pore filler pastes, colored waxes, or for touch-up on furniture. Try them any place you’d like to add a little color!

Mixing Instructions

  1. We generally recommend five pounds of color per 94-pound bag of Portland Cement.
  2. Lighter pastel shades can be obtained using 1 to 3 pounds, while deeper shades may require 7 to 8 pounds.
  3. Never use more than 10 pounds of color per bag of cement.

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