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Colours Bathroom Victorian lace Soft sheen Emulsion paint 2.5L
This emulsion paint is suitable for and covers up to 14 m² per litre on average.
Features and Benefits
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- Perfect for walls and ceilings
- Moisture and steam resistant
- Easy and pleasant to use
Health and Safety
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|Areas for use||Bathrooms|
|Litre capacity (L)||2.5L|
|Colour description||Victorian lace|
|Surface finish||Soft sheen|
|Coverage||Up to 14 m² per litre|
|Drying time||4 hours|
|Touch dry time||2-4 hours|
|Recoat time||4 hours|
|Recommended for||Ceilings & walls|
VERY POOR QUALITY
Mariarosa - 4 months ago
Bought this for my bathroom that was orginally painted a very very pale cream (verging on white).
Despite two coats of this paint, the old pale colour still showed through. It would have taken at least another two coats (so at least 4 coats in total) to have covered it, and the colour is not that nice - old chewing gum white is the best descriptor.
It is very thin paint and very poor quality. I have had to go and spend more money on other paint to paint over it and basically start again - what a waste of time and money. Disappointing to say the least - don't bother asking for a refund, the usual fob off from customer services!
Emulsion soft sheen
Gilbham - 1 year ago
Very nice product good price and excellent finishthanks
Good product, quite thin to apply.
SamD17 - 1 year ago
Loved the colour on the walls.
Was quite thin, It took 3 or 4 coats to apply.
Should be called Nicotine Stain
Anonymous - 1 year ago
Painted my bathroom in this today. Disappointed to report that now it's dry, it looks like nicotine stained white, so will have to be painted over. Used a roller and it came out very uneven - have painted my whole house and not had this problem so definitely down to the paint rather than my technique!
Dont waste your money
Pac64 - 1 year ago
Used in bathroom as intended,after a couple of weeks started going mouldy.Informed by staff that it will go mouldy because it is the time of year,even the more exspensive paint is the same.After speaking with professional paint company was advised to use acrylic eggshell,the paint is excellent (not going mouldy even at this time of year).