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Dulux Trade Pure brilliant white Gloss Metal & wood paint, 1L
This Pure brilliant white gloss quick dry 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 to dry - a great way to give the surfaces additional protection. Covers 12m² per litre on average.
- Suitable for Metal & wood
- Quick dry
Features and benefits
- Longer lasting whiteness
- For use on both interior wood and metal
- Quicker recoat times
- Full drying time dependent on temperature and humidity
Health and safety
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|Application method||Brush or roller|
|Base||Water-based with vinyl polymers|
|Colour||Pure brilliant white|
|Recoat time||6 hours|
|Minimum touch dry time||2h|
Mezlondon - 2 months ago
This stuff is excellent BUT you MUST shake the hell out of the can when you first use. The issue people are having with poor opacity and runny ness are because the paint has not been adequately mixed. Close the lid and shake it for a minute before first use and it’s a dream!
SuePi - 4 months ago
Easy to use paint which dries really quickly. great white too
Not the glossy white I wanted.
BarrieJ - 8 months ago
First off I don't think any 'water based' gloss will ever beat the old oil based, But this one was not too bad. Not high gloss but OK. Needs 2 coats and works better if you lightly sand between coats. Well it did for me.
Best painter in the UK - 9 months ago
Worst paint l have ever used. Don’t waste your money
Its white and it does dry quickly, however .......
bimble - 9 months ago
having tried for several weeks to obtain a water based brilliant white gloss (competitors own brand was more like grey!) I was delighted to get this paint yesterday.
It's certainly white, it dries quickly and brushes wash out easily but is most horrible gloss that I have ever used. The old adage about keeping a wet edge certainly applies here. Stirring for well over 5 minutes, using good quality brushes and taking extreme care, laying off to a good finish is nigh on impossible. Traditional gloss gave way to water based, then we had non drip (this is drippy) etc etc but all the developments retained an ability to get a quality finish. i suspect my can may be heading to a community paint scheme.