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I always just play it by ear, and just "kmow" when I have the correct consistency. You do want it a little thicker than normal paint, as it covers better. I'm about to start a new project with some pallets I've taken apart for the wood, and making a headboard for my son's bed. Going to be using chalk paint to paint it a dark grey after building it. On this project I want the pattern of the wood to show through, so I will be using it more as a wash rather than to fully cover the wood, so will most likely use more water in the paint than I normally would. Have done this before, and it creates a great colorful wash, and you still use the wax over it if using indoors. Good luck on your project!
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