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V33 Renovation White Satin Radiator & appliance paint, 750ml
This paint is designed for use on electric heaters, radiators, central heating pipes and appliances (refrigerators and dishwashers).
- Suitable for Appliance & radiator
- 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. Empty the additive (the sachet that is placed under the lid of the tin) into the paint and stir thoroughly before use.
- Clean equipment in warm soapy water.
Features and benefits
- Ensures easy application with no undercoat required
- Offers high adhesion directly on any kind of metal
- Ensures high resistance to heat
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|
Craggle - 23 days ago
Bought satin white to brighten up bedroom radiator.
If you follow instructions on the tin works fine. Yes its thin but it is water based so going to be.
Needs 2 coats.
Hasnt discoloured like gloss does.
Chi85 - 3 months ago
Great product. Used on three different radiators at home and leaves a great fresh looking finish after two coats. Highly recommended.
Very thin paint - poor coverage
Steve 9876543 - 5 months ago
Applied 4 coats of Stainless Steel Metallic 3V3 paint
Finish remains streaky, with original white finish still showing thru in places
Complete waste of money (+ time)!!!!
Good product but very thin
kaz3691 - 5 months ago
I bought this product just before lockdown to brighten up the radiators in the house.
I was pleasantly surprised for the most part. It didn't have a strong smell and the end results look great. The only issue I had with it that is was so thin I found it ran a little and required 3 coats to look finished. I also found due to this it had dripped on the floor and soaked through the newspaper onto the carpet. * however it was easy to clean off while wet.
Worst radiator paint I've ever used
Keeping it real - 1 year ago
Bought this as it said " especially formulated blah blah blah...
It's like water. Which results in runs far too easily. Trying to sand it down for the second coat is a nightmare as it doesn't harden enough & it ends up just peeling off.
I tried the aerosol first & ended up scraping the stuff off back down to bare metal. Now I'm on the brush on stuff - which is exactly the same. I reckon about 3 or 4 thin coats before its done properly. Don't bother trying to sand between coats unless you leave it a couple of days between each coat. Here's another tip - buy something else!!