First time poster here. I've lurked around the site for a while but havent had reason to post til now. I've started a milk paint (well, GF Milkpaint) project and thought I'd chronicle it for anyone else interested in using milk paint. The look is what i call a dull glow... like pastel or a haze. The paint sheen is flat. I started with a USACG Strat routed normally. I raised the grain and knocked back 2 x. After purchasing Baby Blue GF milk paint. GF High Performance Satin, some foam brushes and some sanding pads, I began painting. linked are images after 1, 2 and 3 coats, respectively. http://www.ninjabacon.com/img/image1.JPG http://www.ninjabacon.com/img/image2.JPG http://www.ninjabacon.com/img/image4.JPG Due to the light, Image 2 is closest to actual color. Im getting brush stroke marks, but very light buffing with 400 then more vigourous buffing with 800 smooths things out nicely. The paint is very easy to work with and I would recommend it if you like the look. As others have discovered, milk paint is really easy to relic. Just get a solid coat of one color for the under coat, then light wax and paint another coat on top. After the paint dries, you can sand back and reveal the under coat to great effect. Ill update the thread as i go. Feel free to ask any questions you like.