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Dulux Polished pebble Matt Emulsion paint 5
3 for 2 on coloured emulsion paint. Discount applied at checkout.
Litre capacity (L)
This emulsion paint is suitable for and covers 13 m² per litre on average.
- Remove loose or flaking material. Make sure the surface is clean (no dirt or grease) and dry. Ensure all holes and cracks are filled using filler.
- Suitable for Ceilings & walls
- Apply 2 coats with a brush or roller, leave 2-4 hours between coats. Do not apply in very damp or humid conditions or extreme temperatures. TIP: If the colour change is strong, more coats may be required. If you use more than one can, mix them together in a large container or finish in a corner before starting a new can.
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.
- Dulux matt is a smooth and creamy emulsion paint for use on walls and ceilings
- Ideal for a modern, flat finish
- Chromalock technology adds value to the product
- The colour will not fade
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.
|Application method||Brush or roller|
|Drying time||2-4 h|
|Number of coats||2|
|Recoat time||2-4 hours|
Ddeedd - 18 days ago
Colour on tin was a light cream. Paint on wall was grey/blue. I cried when I saw it. Dulux very good and sent voucher to replace. I have got good old magnolia. Just got to save up to have it decorated again.
Nicply - 26 days ago
This paint looked grey when we were painting the walls, once we put our furniture back and rug in etc you can clearly see the paint is a blue shade.
Blue not grey!!
0201 - 1 month ago
Bought this thinking it was a very pale grey. Started painting the walls and noticed straight away the blue undertone. Decided to carry on regardless with hopes it would dry a more grey colour. Nope. Its blue!! Put of pocket and back to square one.
Jax55 - 1 month ago
I spent 18 months looking for the right shade of grey. There are so many with blue undertones. It took a week for the tester to settle to its colour on the wall. Have just painted lounge dinner and am so pleased. The paint is rich and goes on smoothly. Painted over pale peach only needed one coat.
Fresh but warm.
Cursedy - 2 months ago
Painted over a soft aqua had me thinking that maybe there are red undertones in this paint? I guess the beauty is that it’s a neutral grey so it will take on a different feel depending on what you team it with. My intention is to team it with blushes, pinks and rose golds so it should seem fresh compared with the wallpaper. I did all my cutting in with two coats for proper coverage but the larger areas were filled in with just one coat via a 9” harris roller. I did go over the walls again but within drying time. I’m happy with the result.
I’m 3/4 through a 5 litre tub but i have painted at least 8m squared including coving and the complete inside and out of a recessed wardrobe, including ceiling and floor boards. (H 8’ x W 3’ x D 1’) I’m only able to do this due to the type of paint that was used previously. I’m not sure that Dulux matt would adhere to these surfaces otherwise.