(6) Whisk Balls to mix Chalk Paint, Metallic Paints, Milk Paint, & Ceramic Glazes (6-Pack)
MIX USING ANY CONTAINER that closes - LIQUIDS or DRY INGREDIENTS! It's a whole new way of looking at mixing - put your whisk INTO your containers rather than having to put your products into a mixing bowl. What ideas do you have for using this product?
CHALK PAINT MIXER: DIY Chalk Paint can be grainy but with the Whisk Balls by VansieHome, now get creamy smooth chalk paint at a fraction of the cost of buying it. PLUS you choose whatever color you want. Mix your own chalk paints with no mess or power tools needed! Save $$ and get any color you want by mixing your own chalk paint colors.
JUST DROP ONE INTO YOUR CHALK & PAINT and SHAKE for 30 seconds - It's now that easy. Do-It-Yourself Chalk Paint can be grainy. With the Whisk Balls by VansieHome, you get creamy smooth chalk paint at a fraction of the cost of buying it. PLUS now pick up whatever color paint you want from your paint or hardware store, and easily make it into chalk paint.
MIXES CERAMIC GLAZES IN SECONDS AND WITH NO MESS - The particulate matter in glazes settle to the bottom of the jars which generally only have a 2" opening. The 1.75" Whisk Balls fit perfectly! Simply drop a whisk ball into your glaze bottle and leave it. Then watch how much EASIER & FASTER it is to shake & remix the glaze anytime you want to use it.
MIXES LIQUIDS or DRY INGREDIENTS! SMALL CONTAINER MIXING - What ideas do you have for using this product? It's a whole new way of looking at it - put your whisk INTO your containers rather than having to put your products into a mixing bowl first. This saves mixing AND washing time!
Whisk Balls make it so you can "mix" products in a small closed container SUPER FAST and with NO MESS! Just simply put the chalk mixture & paint into your paint container, add 1 Whisk Ball to a sample size of paint or 2 Whisk Balls to a quart-sized paint can and leave it. They not only mix your chalk paint when you make it, but leave the ball in the container and then you can mix it any time you pick up the paint.
I use them to blend spices in a large closed container so I can avoid a hot pepper "cloud"