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GoodHome Feature wall Santa cruz Metallic effect Emulsion paint, 2L
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 for 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
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||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|
Grace123 - 16 days ago
Paint worked out perfectly for creating sun like circle in child’s bedroom
Like the colour ,but very patchy
Anonymous - 1 month ago
Can't get the colour even on the walls despite 3 coats. Very obvious patches of lighter and darker
Vixxter - 1 month ago
I purchased this off the shelf after looking for Rose Gold paint... so I’m 6 or 7 coats down, I don’t mind the roller marks but the bubbles which have appeared (even through I have sanded, sugar soaped and washed) will not disappear. I’ve actually given up and the bubbles will stay. Also every blemish on the wall is highlighted, I hadn’t noticed how pitted/marked this wall was when it was magnolia, and this is after having sanded it. I wouldn’t recommend this paint to anybody else and I’m still debating painting it out.
Zero star review
Maloney - 1 month ago
If the option to give zero stars was there this would be -1. After approx 5 coats of this paint it looked worse than if a five year old had had a go. Now I’m no professional but have done my fair share of painting. This was a nice idea but after the 7th coat including one watered down to see if it would get any better it was decided enough was enough. Worse thing for me was we bought the Santa fay and the gold colour. Oh well you live and learn. Currently on the 4th coat of emulsion to cover I must have broken a record for applying pint to walls!!
Avoid if you don't want to spend a day mixing
LexiLovesYee - 2 months ago
I bought this in store without first reading the reviews. Came home and began a small wall thankfully. Now, I must have mixed it for a good twenty minutes and it didn't seem to be getting any better. It looked like something that belongs in a toilet. I painted the wall and it came up like something that still belonged in a toilet. It painted on horribly and literally slid down the wall. I thought that maybe the second coat will be better and maybe it's because I didn't paint white first and maybe it will change to the proper colour when it dries.. no. So I came here and read the reviews that said the same things that I experienced. However one review said that it needed a lot of mixing as the pigment is at the bottom. So I went to the kitchen, got an electric whisk and a wallpaper scraper and painstakingly scraped the bottom and whisked, scrape, whisk, scrape whisk for honestly about a half hour. The colour is now that which is on the front of the tub. I tried a test area and the difference is unbelievable. Haven't gotten around to painting the whole wall yet as the first layer is still wet on hour 8 and counting. Fingers crossed though.