There are a bunch of ways to mix milk paint to get a lump-free, creamy mix, but one of our favorite ways is using a milk frother. They are just as cute as they are handy. The benefits of this little guy are endless. You will need 2 AA batteries for the mixer. We love that it’s portable and doesn’t need a plug! It’s compact and really packs a punch for it’s small size.
How to use this product: When using a mixer, measure out your water first. If you add the powder before the milk you get a clumpy mess fast. Same concept with the mixer. You don’t want a big clumpy thick mess at the bottom of your cup. If you add the paint first, and the water on top, chances are you will get a rock of milk paint stuck to your mixer.
The mixer will stop when you apply pressure. Push the mixer up and down doing short little “pounces” on the bottom of the cup to prevent from making a milk paint latte!
Have a separate cup of clean water- dip your mixer in right the clean water cup after mixing, turn it on and hold it in, spinning for a few seconds. Pull it out and it will be clean as a whistle! Make sure you do this immediately after painting, so the milk paint doesn’t harden in the coil.