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GoodHome Toronto Satin Furniture paint, 500ml
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GoodHome Toronto Satin Furniture paint, 500ml

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£20 per L

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GoodHome satin finish paint will give you a silky smooth, mid sheen feel to transform your interior furniture. This paint is also safe for use on toys

  • Suitable for Furniture
  • Prepare wood by removing wax, oil and seal knots on untreated wood. Fill any holes or defects with a wood filler. Lightly sand melamine surfaces with 180 grit sandpaper for the best adhesion. Wash your surface with a soda based cleaner and then rinse thoroughly, it should be clean and dry before painting. Ensure any flaking paint is removed. The surfaces in your home may have been painted in the past with paint containing lead. Special care must be taken when sanding or stripping these surfaces
  • Stir thoroughly before use. For best results, at least 2 coats are recommended using a brush or roller. To finish use GoodHome lacquer or wax to provide heavily used surfaces such as table tops and chair seats extra durable protection. Allow 10 days for paint to fully cure. During this time treat your new paintwork with extra care, gently wiping any spills or liquids from the paint immediately.
  • Clean equipment in warm soapy water.

Features and benefits

  • Self-priming meaning less preparation required, paint adheres well and application process is easier
  • It is washable and durable, meaning your newly painted look will last for longer.
  • It is resistant to water and household cleaners so you can wash away any marks or stains, making it really easy to maintain. 

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.

Specifications

Application methodBrush or roller
BaseWater-based
BrandGoodHome
ColourToronto
Coverage12m²
Drying time12 h
FinishSatin
LocationInterior
Recoat time12 hours
Minimum touch dry time0.5h
VOC levelLow
Volume500ml
WashableWashable
Product code3663602578376

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3.42 / 5(7 reviews)

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Stehd - 1 month ago

Went on well with a brush and roller. Dried super smooth. Nice even colour, took 3 coats on a dark wood

poor quality

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maggiee - 3 months ago

i painted a brown wood chair with this paint it took 5 coats even though it says on the tin self priming i do like the color but next chair im buying primer to go on first fingers crossed it dsnt take another five coats

This product is amazing

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Lainey59 - 4 months ago

Painted a fireplace , 3 coats and it was perfect .
Also used the black paint to paint nest of tables and TV stand and it was perfect x

worst paint ever!!

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Katbar - 6 months ago

I am not even going to give this paint any stars, I am so disappointed and lost a lot of time. After two coats I could still see through it and just glad I didn't waste any more time in doing another coat. The paint is very thick but translucent and streaky. I usually use deluxe and take pride in my painting but this is just a waste of time and money. It also is not the true colour that shows on the tin. Will go back to deluxe.

So Bad, I can only assume it's faulty.

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Jon625 - 1 year ago

When I opened the tin, it only looked about 80% full, and hen I used it, I'd say it was, by.a long way, the worst paint I've used in 40 years of decorating. I was painting a kitchen table and as I wanted a good finish, I took extra care over the preparation, sanding carefully, tack ragging and degreasing. When the paint went on, it was very viscous and whilst it was drying, it drew back as it would on a greasy surface. It also cracked, scaled, and even after two coats, left full and rough patches. It was so unbelievably bad I can only assume it's faulty. There is no possibility my technique was at fault, and if the paint isn't defective it simply should not be on sale. Very, very disappointing.

The photo shows the paint details, I'd like someone from B&Q to comment.

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