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GoodHome Feature wall Laguna beach Metallic effect Emulsion paint 2L
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GoodHome metallic feature wall paint is perfect for creating a striking statement wall in your home
- Preparation is key to ensure the best finish for metallic paints. New plaster or plasterboard should be sealed with a plaster sealer. For non-powdery surfaces or to cover contrasting colours, prepare with a walls and ceilings primer. Painted surfaces should be sanded, clean and dry. Fill any holes or defects with filler. When sanding, wear a face mask to avoid dust inhalation.
- Suitable surfaces - Ceilings & walls
- Apply when the temperature is between 10°C and 30°C. Stir thoroughly before use. For best results, use a roller or mini roller and apply in a criss-cross pattern. Apply 2 coats leaving 4 hours in between coats.
Features and benefits
- Creates an eye-catching metallic effect on your walls
- This paint is water based meaning it is low odour and brushes can easily be cleaned in water
- Ensures good hiding power, depending on your selected colour and the surface you are painting
- We recommend applying a primer before colour top coat
Health and safety
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|Application method||Brush or roller|
|Drying time||8-12 h|
|Instructions for storage||Store any leftover paint between 5 and 30°C. Best used within 1 year of opening.|
|Maximum application temperature||30°C|
|Minimum application temperature||10°C|
|Number of coats||2|
|Recoat time||4 hours|
|Room use||Any room|
Claire01 - 5 days ago
Absolutely amazing colour just what we wanted but the massive downside it literally shows every slightest imperfection and every brush/roller stroke
The most gorgeous colour!
Selinkyble - 1 month ago
Having read previous reviews and put a fair bit of thought into what I wanted to do, I decided to go with it, as it looked like just the right colour - I wanted something reminiscent of peacock colours.
My wall is fairly flat with a few odd bumps. Nothing major, but this paint is metallic and its going to show every flaw and then some. If you imagine brush painting your car and then being unhappy with the visible brush strokes. You just wouldnt. That's what you would expect. This paint is the same.
So, I tried a totally different approach. Celebrating and enhancing the flaws. I used a sponge. It took two sponging coats to cover the hideous lilac and get what you see in the pictures and didnt take too long. It was actually much more fun to do than using a roller or brush and the effect is truly gorgeous. The most fabulous metallic dark turquoise, which changes as you move around the room.
The pictures (one far and one close up) are taken on a dull day, so the effect would be brighter on a sunny day, if we ever get one.
So, my advice is to use a painting technique, rather than traditional roller or brush. Simple to do rag rolling, sponging or similar. It's worth it, as this is a show stopper colour and effect.
Justrachel - 1 month ago
Made several different shades of this colour...mixing it with Beverly Hills ..
Awful paint, Awful colour!
Anonymous - 1 month ago
Was looking for a beautiful blue to cover alcoves & chimney breast, looked great on the tin, but unfortunately no colour testers available for this paint & now i know why!
The paint is a horrible consistency & would go on with one stroke & come off with the next, but the beautiful blue i had expected turned almost black when dry, it’s like staring into a black hole, even the light from the lamp was absorbed, they need to rename this colour to...night time at the dark lagoon! AVOID AVOID AVOID!
Mix before using.
Shawy - 1 month ago
Great paint colour, nice metallic effect. I can guess why people left 1 star reviews; the metallic effect ‘particles’ settle in the paint. It was like a silver clay at the bottom of the tub when I bought it, it took a lot of stirring to prepare the paint. It went from a very deep blue to a vibrant metallic looking blue after the metallic particles were mixed in.
Mix it properly, and often. Don’t let the paint settle in a tray, get it on the wall quickly.