Earthborn Casein Natural Paint

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Earthborn Casein Natural Paint

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Casein paint is a powder paint that is based on the milk protein casein and white lime. It has excellent adhesive qualities, and so is frequently added to limewash to improve its stability. Suitable for interior use, it has a soft, matt aesthetic and is highly breathable. It is supplied in powder form for mixing as required. You can create colours by adding our powder pigments.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the colour and texture of products on this website but due to the limitations of technology, we strongly recommend that sample products are purchased for testing in situ prior to the full order being placed.

Casein Wall Paint - 15Kg

£102.00 (Excl. VAT)

Casein Wall Paint - 8Kg

£62.00 (Excl. VAT)

Casein Wall Paint - 1Kg

£8.80 (Excl. VAT)
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Casein paint is a powder paint that is based on the milk protein casein and white lime. It has a soft, matt aesthetic and is highly breathable.

It has excellent adhesive qualities, and so is frequently added to limewash to improve its stability as well as being used on its own.

Suitable for interior use, it can be used on all plastered and painted surfaces. We often use it on wood (as the Shakers did), it slowly burnishes over time if left unfinished or a wall glaze can be applied to protect it.

It is supplied in powder form for mixing as required. You can create colours by adding our powder pigments. 

To see an example of this product in use, see our case study of Maesgwyn Cottage, Carmarthenshire.

Technical Documents
View FileEarthborn Casein Paint Technical Sheet    Size: (364 KB)
Benefits
  • least 'processed' of paints, smaller environmental footprint 
  • easy to apply 
  • just add water (and pigments if you want to create a colour) 
  • breathable and therefore highly compatible with older buidlings 
  • contains no VOCs (Volatile Organic Chemcials) - healthier to use and live with
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To see an example of this product in use, see our case study of Maesgwyn Cottage, Carmarthenshire.

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