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Dulux Pure brilliant white Matt Emulsion paint 10L
2 for £40 on selected Dulux Pure 10L emulsion. Discount applied at checkout.
Litre capacity (L)
This emulsion paint is suitable for and covers up to 13 m² per litre on average.
- Suitable for Ceilings & walls
- Suitable for Ceilings & walls
Features and benefits
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Health and safety
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|Application method||Brush or roller|
|Colour||Pure brilliant white|
|Drying time||2-4 h|
|Recoat time||2-4 hours|
Good value from this large pack
Tzimi - 2 days ago
I decided to paint my entire kitchen white including the ceiling, and this paint works out very reasonably. I also like the big tub because you can dip your roller directly into the paint, which saves having to wash up a tray. Coverage is ok, although you may need up to 3 coats to cover dark colours.
NOT “BRILLIANT WHITE”
Jayyyy95 - 4 days ago
Very disappointed with this dulux paint. Being a household name brand, I expect the same quality I’ve been used to. Coverage was okay, however this is definitely nowhere near a “Brilliant White” as advertised. Sadly more of a cream colour. Even after reading the reviews, I thought how bad could it be...... the answer is very. Don’t waste your money!!
AndY7788976 - 14 days ago
This is a smooth creamy filler,however be prepared for some shrinkage and collapse on bigger fills. Probably best on hairline cracks. If sanding dust gets everywhere.
Ignore the bad reviews
sheschelle - 25 days ago
I ignored the bad reviews and am SO glad I did.
People clearly don't know how to use paint.
All paint needs a good few minutes of mixing before it goes on the wall and mixing everytime you decant some more into your tray. You need to use the appropriate rollers for your surface and it needs to dry between coats. Simple.
I used it all over my house, walls and ceilings. It comes up brilliant white.
One room was baby blue and seemed to drink up the paint on the first coat, I thought it would need at least 4 coats. I started to curse Dulux and understood why people were saying it was like milk... then I let it dry fully overnight and was so shocked (and delighted) as the next day all the colour showing through had disappeared and now it just needs the usual second coat and it'll be a stunning brilliant white.
There's a reason Dulux is a household brand. Their paint is reliable and has a great finish.
Dulux Quality Control Problems?
Iain62 - 27 days ago
Consistency and coverage was fine but colour was cream when compared with Dulux Eggshell PBW and other PBW emulsions. First Dulux problem in 40years!