Dulux Liquid Gloss, Undercoat PBW 2.5L £9.86 @ Homebase 33% off - HotUKDeals
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It may not appeal to everyone's taste, but undercoat is one of the most versatile paint you need. The one at Homebase isn't Trade Dulux, but still at less than 10 quid you can't argue.
U/coat in Pure Brill White, same as Gloss.

Cheapest Dulux Undercoat affter all trade discounts I managed to get last week for 13.46 from Dulux Center.
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#1
If someone can get it cheaper, pls say it, I'd gladly listen and rep; but don't be an ass and vote cold just because you don't know what that deal is all about!
#2
it might not be dulux, but mate, there is not a hugh difference, i brought this and a cheaper one, 10 literes from wickes, the wickes cost £23 odd quid, much better value for money and honestly speak, there is no difference. not voting cold as for dulux its not a bad price, but dont be a victim of paying over the odds for no reason.

shahsoldier
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shahsoldier
it might not be dulux, but mate, there is not a hugh difference, i brought this and a cheaper one, 10 literes from wickes, the wickes cost £23 odd quid, much better value for money and honestly speak, there is no difference. not voting cold as for dulux its not a bad price, but dont be a victim of paying over the odds for no reason.

shahsoldier


10L of UNDERCOAT :thinking:
MAX you can buy from any UK supplier/manufacturer in a tin is 5L...
Really, you sure you didnt buy wickes emulsion?:whistling:
And no, thanks will stick with Dulux. used them for many years and don't think my customers would like seeing me with Wickes tins...
#4
Dulux is definitely better than wickes
in every single case.

but id rather pay a little more and use trade paints

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