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Colours Quick dry Antique white Eggshell Metal & wood paint, 0.75L
This Antique white eggshell wood & metal 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 12 hours to dry - a great way to give the surfaces additional protection. Covers up to 11 m² per litre on average.
- Suitable for Metal & wood
- Quick dry
Features and benefits
- Low sheen finish
- Low odour, pleasant to use
Health and safety
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|Application method||Brush or roller|
|Drying time||12 h|
|Recoat time||12 hours|
|Minimum touch dry time||2h|
MissyP - 1 year ago
The worst eggshell paint I have ever used. Despite good preparation, this paint just did not cover. total waste of money. In future I will be sticking to a well known brand and know that I will get excellent results.
Heartbroken that this is discontinued
elspethf - 2 years ago
This is the perfect paint for woodwork in a period house. We've used it for years and so sad that we now have to try and find a replacement. The finish is lovely and matt and the colour itself very clean, bright and neutral in tone - but without the modern harshness of brilliant white.
Acceptable considering cost, but could be better
Fidgett - 4 years ago
I applied 2 coats of Diall Quick Drying primer to hardwood plywood, followed by 2 coats of this Eggshell top coat. Light sanding in between to de-nib. Opacity is ok, coverage at 2 coats was sufficient for my needs (and time available), but I would recommend 3 coats for complete coverage.
It's touch dry in about 45 mins, but the recommended 12 hr re-coat time is a joke. 2 coats in a day is possible if you plan it correctly, but it's a lot of down time for a supposedly quick drying product. Equivalent Dulux QD Eggshell has a 6 hr re-coat time.
Fch - 4 years ago
Used this for painting kitchen cupboard doors. We took the doors off and lay them flat, the paint covered well, gave a smooth, even finish and dried quickly. Was applied with a brush.
The paint has dried to a hard, scrubable finish and has not chipped. It touches up well, where I scratched a door with the rivet on my Jeans.
The doors were new MDF, previously painted, badly, by a professional with a roller. He used Veltspar paint, it was terrible, holding drips and stains, it just wouldn't clean. We used this paint, did it for a fraction of the price he was charging and are extremely happy with the result.
My advice is to take the doors off, lay flat, 2 coats and leave to dry overnight. Just do 2 or 3 at a time and it takes no effort.
Miss D I Y - 4 years ago
I have always used eggshell when doing skirting, doors etc and never had a problem before. This paint is terrible coverage is awful on third coat and all woodwork was prepped before hand e.g sanded down. I would never buy this again waste of my money time and effort. Would of been better sticking to my usual brand and not trying to save a few pennies.