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Crown Non Drip Gloss Paint Pure Brilliant White [2.5L] £10.00 @ Wilko

£10.00 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
save £5. Non Drip Formulation For interior and Exterior wood and metal High Sheen finish Crown Non Drip Gloss 2.5 litres is ideal for creating a tough, hard wearing gloss finish for use on inter… Read More
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Non Drip Formulation
For interior and Exterior wood and metal
High Sheen finish
Crown Non Drip Gloss 2.5 litres is ideal for creating a tough, hard wearing gloss finish for use on interior and exterior wood and metal. The highly gelled formulation means no drips even on tricky jobs, making this product easy to apply for a long lasting high sheen finish.

The contents of a 1 ltr can will cover approximately 12 sq metres per litre. This product is touch dry in 5 hours recoatable in 16 hrs.

Solvent based paint. High VOC content. Do not stir prior to use.
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#1
Why shouldn't you stir prior to use?? I thought that was essential?
#2
Gollywood
Why shouldn't you stir prior to use?? I thought that was essential?

i normally shake the can vigorously before opening, heard something about the paint runs/drips if you stir it.
#3
should just call it yellow on the tin, as it will be soon.
#4
swoosh007
should just call it yellow on the tin, as it will be soon.

What would you recommend instead?
#5
it's in my opinion a better gloss than the dulux equivalent.
#6
B&Q own brand is 100% better than this!
#7
swoosh007
should just call it yellow on the tin, as it will be soon.

That would be after 2010 when the EU told us we were putting too much white spirit in our paint. I think you will find it was Dulux that the lower VOC affected most. Strange though that their water based paints which didn't have the nasties in to start with stayed white. Another bit of useful or useless information for you is what keep white paint white is the sun or ultra violet light. That is why your skirting boards behind fridges etc go yellow a lot quicker.


Edited By: Smartguy1 on Feb 22, 2017 20:38

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