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Walls White Primer & undercoat, 10L
- Apply with a Brush or roller
- Suitable for Plaster & plasterboard surfaces
- Apply between 10-30°C, stir thoroughly before use. Apply 2 coats evenly using a brush or synthetic roller.
Features and benefits
This wall primer and undercoat will allow a better adhesion of paint to most interior walls including bare plaster, plasterboard and painted walls.
- Store in dry conditions between 5-30°C. Protect from frost and use within a year of opening
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.
|Drying time||4 h|
|Litre capacity (ml)||10000ml|
|Recoat time||2 hours|
Not that great
Derekh81 - 21 days ago
It is not white .it was like a cream colour. Paint still bubbled ..waste of money
Does what it’s says on the tin
Fanta69 - 30 days ago
I would not have bought this as it was cheap by comparison to other makes. However it absolutely does what you need it to do ….. I hand brushed new plaster then applied the 2nd coat with a roller.
Would definitely recommend
Perfect Undercoat for Fresh Plaster
Mitch2021 - 2 months ago
Great for mist coating new plaster.
Doesn’t need thinning either so saves the mess of having to water down white emulsion.
Dry within half an hour and painted straight over the top after one coat.
Got rid of Red Walls!!!
Srasq - 2 months ago
I was skeptical about purchasing this as its their cheap brand and we had to cover red walls. (Silly choice whilst I was pregnant)
This primer and undercoat worked amazingly!!!!
At first I panicked because I couldn't see it doing much, and then it darkened up, I was able to put the new light colour straight on top with only 2 coats!!!
The primer really helped!!! Would buybagaim!!!!
WARNING potential defect
Matt is Mad - 3 months ago
I will agree with others, that it does do a good job of priming bare plaster, but I spray not roller.
BUT have now discovered, that all areas of the room that had been plastered, that had two coats of primer and 3 coats of leyland hardwearing matt (not a cheap paint) day after last coat, all the plastered areas appear an off white yellow. This goes across every area (thanks to before and after photos). Obviously something wrong, could be issue if you plan on white finish, or if you use Leyland paint (which I have done for years with issue).