08 Jan '17, 4pm

Non-Toxic DIYing with Milk Paint?...

Non-Toxic DIYing with Milk Paint?...

instead. That’s right. Milk. Paint. Milk paints are water-based paints that are made from milk and lime with added pigments. It’s been around for thousands of years and was even used by early humans to create cave paintings and other decorative objects. Many people most likely associate the paint finish with colonial-era furniture and finishes. The advent of petrochemicals saw the rise of oil-based and acrylic paints, but milk-based paints are again gaining in popularity for those looking to avoid VOC-laden paints that are also difficult to dispose of safely.

Full article: http://ecosalon.com/milk-paint-ideas-for-non-toxic-diying/

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If it doesn't come from an animal, is it milk?

mnn.com 07 Jan '17, 3pm

Looking at that definition, I wonder if it's time to change it. This definition not only excludes plant-based milks, it ex...