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Polycell Crack free White Matt Emulsion paint, 2.5L
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|Application method||Brush or roller|
|Drying time||2-3 h|
guzzi - 11 days ago
Like a lot of reviewers i read what others have to say about the products i’m interested in, bearing in mind not everyone follows the instructions. My experience of using polycell crack free paint was an exceptionally good one. As with all paints i mix with an electric drill and a paint stirring attachment. I painted the ceiling and coving that had thousands of hairline cracks with a brush, it only needed one coat and the job looks great and it’s brilliant white paint so no need to repaint
Polycell crack free paint
Barb53 - 2 months ago
I bought this paint after I noticed cracks in both ceilings and walls in my bedroom.
I applied a first coat, which was easy to apply. As a diy novice, I should have prepared the areas more, eg a thorough clean and sanding. I sanded the areas before applying the second coat. Needless to say, Polycell crack free ceiling delivered. I couldn't recommend this product enough.
As I have textured ceilings, I only applied the paint over and around the cracks. The remainder of the ceilings and walls was painted with normal emulsion.
Expensive, but worth its weight on gold.
Excellent crack coverage
WishMyster - 5 months ago
Cannot recommend this product enough. Old cottage with terribly cracked ceilings. Had no issues, as noted in previous reviews, covered amazingingly well. Didn't have issues applying and the finish after 2 coats was superb, much better than hoped. Good thick paint.
Going Great until it bubbles and peeled
Beans98 - 7 months ago
Product was great and gave a lovely and smooth coat. Let it dry overnight as instructed and then did a 2nd coat wear the paint appears to have gone under the 1st coat and started to bubble and flake
My Go To Ceiling Paint
EastwoodTony - 7 months ago
I use this by default now when I paint a ceiling, had been tempted by DIY chains own brands in the past because of price, not worth it.
I tend to use the matt finish as I find the silk shows up imperfections a little more, finish will only be as good as prep though, a good wash with sugar soap and then rinse plus making sure any loose plaster is fixed, larger dings filled etc, use the right roller or brush and I find it works well.