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Colours Premium Organza Matt Emulsion paint 2.5L
This emulsion paint is suitable for ceilings, metal, walls & wood and covers up to 8.8m² per litre on average.
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.
- Our toughest most versatile paint
- Great coverage in just one coat, saving you time and money
- We recommend using a one coat roller for optimal application
- For best results follow the instructions on the tin carefully, a second coat may be required if overpainting a darker colour with a lighter top coat
- Scrubbable for removing marks and dirt
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.
|Areas for use||Any room|
|Litre capacity (L)||2.5L|
|Coverage||Up to 8.8m² per litre|
|Drying time||12 hours|
|Touch dry time||1-2 hours|
|Recoat time||6 hours|
|Recommended for||Multi surface|
Not one coat but a beautiful coat
zoeev - 2 months ago
I never trust a 'one coat' paint so never expected it to cover a white wall in one coat, which obviously it didn't but as long as you buy enough for 2 coats then I can't recommend the colour enough!
Axel15 - 2 years ago
Rubbish to thin doesn't go on as stated don't waste your money
one coat what a joke
paulonecoat - 2 years ago
I spent more for a one coat paint. It is thicker paint but I can see the lining paper so will need to buy a second tin taking it to nearly £40 to paint the hall and landing, not happy
Expensive paint as you have to apply two coats
AppleMak - 2 years ago
The colour is lovely but you have to apply two coats to obtain a solid colour on the wall. Edging is also hard, as you have to let the first coat totally dry before re-edging. I have brush strokes still appeared after 2nd coat of edging. I had to roller over them to match the rest of the wall. Hard work !!
Mixed up paint??
Gilb - 3 years ago
This stuff is very difficult to use with a brush, around skirting boards and door frames... as it so thick and gloopy! Even with a edging brush i couldn't get it to run smooth and straight. It would often come back off the wall again if went back over it, after about 30 secs!
1 coat paint... not really, it took 2! With a roller and if you really slapped it on thick you could probably do it. And that's on a like for like colour.
On the '2nd' coat what I did find was by adding a bit of water it made it alot easier to use with the brush. I used this mix for brush work and straight out of the tub for the roller!
So overall I'd say just buy the normal stuff and do 2 coats... as this does not save time and it's more expensive.
Not value for money!!