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V33 Renovation Loft grey 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|
Leo_ - 1 month ago
We applied this to our tired kitchen units 2 days ago and the results are amazing.
We lightly sanded, washed with sugar soap and washed down with plain water before allowing to dry. We then painted to coats and they came up great! Just need our paper up now and we are all done! The refresh will do us a year or 2 until we replace the kitchen. We are very impressed!
Dixon1120 - 1 month ago
Fantastic light colour just the right colour for a small kitchen before and after pic
Good but needs improving
Bobajob123 - 1 month ago
Although will give a good end result, be aware this product is extremely runny and loves to produce drips and runs, also needs minimum 3 coats for a sensible finish
fabpaint - 2 months ago
Best paint I have used on kitchen cupboards and furniture
Worth it for a spruce up!!
Abbie21 - 3 months ago
After reading the reviews on here I thought stuff it for the sake of £40 I’ll give it a go. And I’m so glad I did. I painted onto white laminated cupboards…. So although they are laminate I still advise sanding and prepping just to take the shine off. I know it’s hard I am THAT person that just wants a job done…. Yesterday. Trust me I skipped that stage on the first door I tried….. just to test it out….. the paint scratched when something had knocked against it then the paint literally peeled off the door almost completely…. So I then decided to sand everything down…. and I’m not disappointed…. The cupboards look fresh and new. Am I glad I did it? Yes do I think it will last?? Erm…. No - I think it will probably scratch eventually but with it being paint it’s easily touched up or redone etc and for the sake of £40 and a couple days work ( left overnight to dry before second coat and I have a five and six year old to entertain too).