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How To Make Amish Whitewash: Make your own whitewash, paint, and wood stain (The Little Series of Homestead How-Tos Book 11) Kindle Edition
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Old-fashioned whitewash is making a comeback! Simple and inexpensive to make, this environmentally friendly finish for wood contains no VOCs, deters insects, and is not toxic to animals. This little eBook explains how to make it, the different types of lime available, how to make whitewash more durable, waterproof, and colorful, and how to use it safely. Includes 31 recipes for homemade whitewash, paint, and wood stain.
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Quite a compilation of old-fashioned recipes
18 June 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
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Despite the title, this book is about more than whitewash. Yes, Tate does begin by explaining why and how to make and use whitewash. But then she delves into a compilation of recipes for paints, whitewashes, and stains using everything from walnut hulls to mined clay. In the process, she teaches us tidbits of chemistry that gave me several ah-ha moments. Overall, a great book to have on hand if you want to preserve or pretty up your homestead on the cheap.
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