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V33 Renovation Chilli red Satin Wall tile paint 2L

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Product Details

Product Information

This Chilli red satin wall tile paint has been specially designed to give a durable and long-lasting finish on a range of surfaces. Simply apply 2 coats with a brush or roller and leave for 72 hours to dry - a great way to give the surfaces additional protection. Covers 24m² per litre on average.

    Features and Benefits

    • Easy, Fast, Efficient!
    • Direct application. No undercoat
    • Resistant to contact with water and care and maintenance products: shampoos, shower gels, traditional household products, dilute bleach and household vinegar
    • Does not flake
    • Durable, washable finish

    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.

    Technical Specifications

    ApplicationBrush or roller
    Colour descriptionChilli red
    Coverage24m² per litre
    Drying time72 hours
    Recoat time24 hours
    Touch dry time4 hours
    Paint/Stain/Varnish baseWater-based
    VOC descriptionMinimal
    Litre capacity (L)2L
    Paint typePaint
    Colour groupRed
    Product code3153894986848


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    5 / 5(1 reviews)

    Easy to use, looks great!

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    Cheeky Charlie - 2 years ago

    This is a great product, I was a bit dubious at first as i thought it would look awful, but thought we would give it a try. Well I am pleased we did. The paint went on easily. We were covering a selection of 1990's cream blue and orange tiles. We put on the first coat with a roller, the second and third with a brush, which covered up the different colour's completely, however we put a final forth coat on with a roller to even out the brush strokes. I had half a pot left so painted one of the feature walls with it and it went on like a dream. Really pleased I made the choice to give it a go!