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Hammerite Ultima Dark Grey Matt Metal paint, 750ml

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Hammerite Ultima Dark Grey Matt Metal paint, 750ml
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Product information

Add superior protection to any metal surface with Hammerite Ultima Metal Paint.

  • The ultimate rust busting metal paint
  • Suitable for Metal
  • Water resistant
  • Resistant to rust

Features and benefits

Protect exterior metal surfaces with Hammerite Ultima Metal Paint. This specially formulated paint forms a tough and lasting barrier, for a beautiful finish for longer. Hammerite Ultima is suitable for any exterior metal surfaces, from gates and fences to railings and garden furniture. It can be applied directly on to metal, including rust, without the need for a primer.

  • Advanced anti-corrosion protection for up to 12 years
  • Extreme protection against harsh weather and UV rays
  • Quick drying
  • No primer or undercoat needed


Application methodBrush
ColourDark Grey
Colour groupGrey
Drying time2 h
Paint typeTopcoat
Recoat time4 hours
VOC levelLow
Product code5010212651940


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4.5 / 5(2 reviews)

Super product

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tomp88 - 5 months ago

Really pleased with the result on this. Used it directly onto rust and it went on really well. Seems to be holding up!

Hammerite Ultima Metal Paint.

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MacTheKnife10 - 6 months ago

I was concerned when I read previous reviews as to whether I was purchasing a decent product or not.
I decided that if my job requires three coats then so be it as I had ample for my needs.
I used Jenolite to stabilise the surface I was painting then gave the framework two coats with a brush. This paint gives a Sheen rather than a Matt finish so be aware of this. It also shows every brush mark but fine for my needs.
I was also painting an outside table top that was starting to show surface rust. I sanded it down then used a roller to give it a coat. The roller gave the table a stipple finish so I decided to give this an extra thick coat. Unfortunately excessive use of the roller and the thick coating gave a rough finish. I allowed this to dry completely then rubbed it back with wet & dry. Started with 200 grit then finished with 800 grit.
This improved the finish no end, it also ended up Matt. Looks brilliant, so with a bit of effort it can look really good.
I must point out that the rough finish was due to me over painting with a thick coat. If you are careful a thinner coat is probably better. It will have a sheen though if you leave it at that.
Time will tell how long it lasts.