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Colours Lime Satin Emulsion paint 0.75L

£16 per L
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Product Details

Product Information

This Lime satin emulsion paint has been specially designed to give a durable and long-lasting finish on a range of surfaces. Simply apply with a brush or roller and leave for 4 hours to dry - a great way to give the surfaces additional protection. Covers up to 10 m² per litre on average.

  • Guarantee - 1 year

Features and Benefits

At B&Q we want you to be satisfied with your colour selection. Not all monitors will display colours the same and paint tins may not show the same colour as your walls do in natural light. We therefore recommend you order a tester pot online or pop in store to pick one up so you are sure that this is the right colour for you.

  • Control air pollutants by choosing products with lower solvent levels

Health and Safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Technical Specifications

Colour descriptionLime
Surface finishSatin
Litre capacity (L)0.75L
Drying time4 hours
Touch dry time2-4 hours
Recoat time4 hours
CoverageUp to 10 m² per litre
VOC descriptionLow
Paint/Stain/Varnish baseWater based
Paint typePaint
Colour groupGreen
Product code5397007070484


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Beware water-based paint

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Els2015 - 3 years ago

I chose this brand as it was the only paint in the colour I was looking for. I prepared the surfaces well, sanded down then applied a white undercoat, but when I applied the first coat of this paint it was almost repelled by the undercoat. Very little actually 'stuck' to the surface. I thought the paint must be contaminated. I let the patchy coat dry and applied a second coat which covered a little more and eventually as the layers built up, a more even coverage was achieved. It took 4 coats to look anything like a decent finish. I realised when I washed the brush that it is a water based paint, so yes the brushes wash easily, it is low-odour, but I would rather have a smelly paint that covers in 2 coats.