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V33 White Matt Spray paint, 400ml
- Suitable for Metal
- Wash surface with soda based or sugar soap cleaner
- Spray 15–20 cm from surface area
Features and benefits
Use this V33 spray to paint radiators and other metal surfaces in your home quickly and easily.
- Heat resistant
- High adhesion without undercoat
- Easy application
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.
|Container type||Spray can|
|Drying time||2 h|
|Instructions for storage||Store in cool environment|
|Maximum heat resistance temperature||100°C|
|Number of coats||2|
|Recoat time||15 minutes|
|Resistant to colour fading||Resistant to colour fading|
|Minimum touch dry time||0.25h|
Very poor coverage
anonymous972864257235 - 3 months ago
I couldn't get two coats on a single side of a single radiator with surface area of only 0.72 square meter. It looks half done and terrible. I can't believe anyone saying this gives great coverage (maybe only if you are touching up a radiator that is already white). Very poor value - you'd be much better off buying a cheaper brand if you have more than a tiny radiator to do!
Great coverage, better than cheaper brands
Lindyloo - 3 months ago
I bought this radiator paint after using another stores paint which was half the price, what a difference, coverage was far better and the paint looked whiter too. It’s expensive as needed two cans for the jobs.
Anonymous - 6 months ago
First time I have used this product and brand. So sceptical as to what results I’d achieve. However this paint is brilliant. Easy to apply and gives a beautiful smooth satin finish. Remember good preparation gives great results. Wash down the radiator properly beforehand with sugar soap or similar and then give it light sand with 240grit will give you good results. If not then expect poor adherence and blotchy coverage. The only negative is that it’s a bit pricey.
Anonymous - 6 months ago
Awful. Avoid like the plague. Firstly the cap doesn't go on very easily so I ended up trying to secure it, having to press it down while aimed at the radiator to secure it on, and getting paint all over my hands, the inside of the lid and the rim of the can. I will admit it gives a very nice finish- but this single can wasn't enough to do 2 coats on one standard size flat wall radiator (just the front) so I'm left with a streaky mess with yellowed paint showing through from underneath and I'm going to have to buy another flipping can to finish the job. The last brand I bought- a chrome satin finish- covered the radiator in a single coat with loads left, this is thin and useless. Get another brand.
takes ages to dry
draak - 7 months ago
After a couple of weeks it still sticks to things I put on the radiator to dry. It was easy to use, but....