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Rust-Oleum Garden Paint Portland Stone Matt Multi-surface Garden Paint, 750ml Tin
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This matt paint from the Rust-Oleum Garden Paint range is the perfect choice to renovate your garden. Made to provide a rich, durable finish on multi-surface, you can be sure that this paint will look brilliant for longer. The paint is best used as a topcoat on wood. Designed to provide a long-lasting matt finish, this paint achieves a beautiful look, without compromising on quality. You can buy exactly what you need to complete your decorating job, as this 750ml size will cover up to 10.5 m² on average. To obtain the desired results, it is important to start with a dry, dust-free, and grease-free surface. You can use a brush or roller to apply an even layer. It will dry quickly between coats meaning you can recoat it in 2 hours. Made with protective technology, this paint is resistant to water and mould, allowing you to free yourself from the worries of everyday damage to your new surfaces. Not only that, but our paint is water-based, so it’s safe for you and your home.
- Colours, waterproofs and protects garden surfaces
- Suitable for Wood
- Water resistant
- Surface Preparation - Ensure application surface is clean, dry, dust-free, grease-free & rust-free before use
- Guarantee - Statutory
- Green star claim - Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) can contribute to air pollution. This paint has the lowest levels of VOCs, "Trace".*
Features and benefits
- Choose from 14 colours
- 6 years performance
- For exterior use
- Mould & Algae Resistant - contains a biocide to protect the dried film from fungal degradation.
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.
|Brush or roller
|Determination of the Resistance of Surface Coatings to Mould Growth (BS3900 Part G6) & Determination of Anti-Algal Activity of Paint Film Samples using the IBRG Panel Based Method (DSP19/004/1.0)