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V33 Renovation Cotton Satin Cupboard & cabinet paint, 2L
This paint has been specially designed to renovate heavily used surfaces in your kitchen. The complex combination of exclusive polymers makes the paint extremely durable and resistant to culinary as well as domestic stains
- Suitable for Cabinet & cupboards
- Wash the surface with a soda based or sugar soap alkaline cleaner is essential before using this paint
- Washing the surface with a soda based or sugar soap alkaline cleaner is essential. Stir the paint thoroughly before use.
- Clean equipment in warm soapy water.
Features and benefits
- This 2-in-1 paint requires no undercoat for easier application
- Provides stain barrier and reinforced protection. It has been tested for resistance to hot and cold fats, vinegar, wine, ketchup, coffee and tea
- Provides high resistance to impact and scratches
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.
|Application method||Brush or roller|
|Drying time||24 h|
|Recoat time||4-6 hours|
|Minimum touch dry time||0.5h|
Best paint I've ever used
Lossnik - 1 month ago
Bought for a second time. Used on my own kitchen last year and just finished renovating my sons too. Amazing stuff. 100% recommend
Shc2008chc - 2 months ago
I was quoted a fortune to spray wardrobe doors so i decided to give this paint a go , its amazing cleaned with sugar soap first then just applied with a roller , so easy , bit time consuming as it needed a few coats but looks amazing, i was about to rip the wardrobes out as we had just moved in , but this is fantastic, also dine my sons room in grey
nice to work with
Ezy1 - 1 year ago
This is lovely paint to work with. However a few points that you don't get from the website. The paint comes with an additive sachet within the lid of the paint which you have to mix in very well before you start painting. Make sure it is there before you leave the shop or you may have problems. The paint is quite runny but dries really well and covers well. I had two different colour tiles to cover and two coats did the job well. Cutting in the grout is a little time consuming but essential if your using a roller after for the tiles themselves.The colour indicator on the container and web site is very small and it was a bit misleading for me. I chose Cotton Satin which looks like a yellowy creamy colour, in fact it turned out quite definitely grey, now it was a lovely shade of grey, but not what I wanted, so after doing two coats of paint I felt I had to redo the tiles with a different colour. Its easy to clean up and doesn't smell bad. I would definitely use it again if I got the right shade.
Fish2112 - 1 year ago
Bought for a tidy up in kitchen as the disruption of a new kitchen would be to great with household working from home. Method used was
1) clean with sugar soap and lightly rub down with 240 grit followed by a further degreasing with meths.
2) as I was painting very old varnished doors I sealed and primed with 1coatof Zinser BIN. Lots of info on YouTube about Zinser. This stage was possibly overkill but I didn't want any bleed through from old varnish. Primer is ready for a quick tickle with 240 grit after 45 mins.
3) apply paint with brush or roller. I used as roller on the back for speed and brushed the front for best finish. I got the best finish with a short micro fibre roller,
4) The paint brushes I use are Kana professional. I use these for all water based paint and can get a smooth finish with no brush mark with them. Lay the paint on then very lightly go over wet paint using just the tip of the brush to level brush marks in each section.
Prep is everything here, make sure doors are super clean. Would recommend the Zinser BIN as it helps with adhesion , this stuff will stick to glass ! And it help hide darker colours. Only 1 coat is needed and gives a good base to the V33.
Drying time of the V33 is pretty fast but not so fast as to make it hard to use.
I used a grey scotchbright scouring pad to rub down in-between coats. This gives a good key, is quick and flexible.
I would make sure you buy enough to do the job and check batch number on tins as I have seen some comments about colour match from different cans. This is not a fault of the paint ! You can always take back any unopened tins
Expensive but good!!
Davesiggs - 1 year ago
New kitchen in a tub. Time consuming but worth it. Probably about 4 coats needed for a perfect finish, but I was changing from a dark brown so maybe less for others. Rolled on with a high density foam roller and brush for the tricky bits. Doors removed. Full cleaned and lightly sanded before any paint was applied. Happy with the outcome.