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dulux matt paint 10 litre £10.00 @ b&q

£10.00 @ B&Q
dulux Matt paint in store London Leyton branch, 10£ very cheap for dulux. Read More
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dulux Matt paint in store London Leyton branch, 10£ very cheap for dulux.
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#1
May I ask any silk one on offer too or only for the Matt one? Thanks .
1 Like #2
good find op, heat added
2 Likes #3
Thanks!

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#4
It's ok paint. Dulux Trade version is way to thick and terrible. This is a good buy though so heat from me.
#5
jiawen
May I ask any silk one on offer too or only for the Matt one? Thanks .


just matt
#6
sorry to say but this paint is not what you expect from Dulux. The coverage is terrible
1 Like #7
wayners
It's ok paint. Dulux Trade version is way to thick and terrible. This is a good buy though so heat from me.
Dulux Trade is the only decent stuff they still make (besides Endurance). This paint is absolutely terrible.
#8
GRIFF1315
sorry to say but this paint is not what you expect from Dulux. The coverage is terrible


yes but if your on a budget and cannot afford diamond trade dulux whizz rainbows then this is useful.
1 Like #9
heard that trade paint is olny worth to buy
1 Like #10
Sumpte
wayners
It's ok paint. Dulux Trade version is way to thick and terrible. This is a good buy though so heat from me.
Dulux Trade is the only decent stuff they still make (besides Endurance). This paint is absolutely terrible.


Valspar trade is the best. Although it don't like very porous surfaces as gets really sticky like glue and if you back roll it then I have had it bubble up. I love the stuff though as the finish is near perfect after 2 coats. Johnstones cover plus is probably the next best although I guess Dulux Endurance is the same. Then Dulux retail. It's cheap,don't need to be thinned. Looks OK but needs 3+ coats to give a flat matt with only minor flashing.
#11
Is this national, has anybody found in any other stores?
#12
nice find
#13
wayners
It's ok paint. Dulux Trade version is way to thick and terrible. This is a good buy though so heat from me.


trade paint is best I'm a painter for many years ,just add 25% water
#14
silk too
#15
there is tons left silk & matt choices in store now 10£ bargin
#16
wayners
It's ok paint. Dulux Trade version is way to thick and terrible. This is a good buy though so heat from me.
Absolute nonsense regarding trade.

The trade paint is fantastic, just done my hall in it and, even though we did 2 coats, coverage was so good we could have gotten away with 1.

Covered up cracks and filler really well in old walls too.
#17
wayners
It's ok paint. Dulux Trade version is way to thick and terrible. This is a good buy though so heat from me.
Coming from someone who has used this exact paint and the Dulux Trade, I can't agree with this comment.
This (non-trade) Dulux paint is *very* watery, and required 4 coats to cover an off-white patch on a wall. The Dulux Trade is thick admittedly, but I find that as a result, it doesn't splash, even if you're trying to get the job done quickly.

kay9
GRIFF1315
sorry to say but this paint is not what you expect from Dulux. The coverage is terrible
yes but if your on a budget and cannot afford diamond trade dulux whizz rainbows then this is useful.
As above, you'll spend much longer trying to get a half decent finish with this. I have half a tub of this left over from 2 years ago when I bought it, expecting it to be half decent being Dulux branded. I suspect I'll never use it.
#18
FatalSaviour
wayners
It's ok paint. Dulux Trade version is way to thick and terrible. This is a good buy though so heat from me.
Coming from someone who has used this exact paint and the Dulux Trade, I can't agree with this comment.
This (non-trade) Dulux paint is *very* watery, and required 4 coats to cover an off-white patch on a wall. The Dulux Trade is thick admittedly, but I find that as a result, it doesn't splash, even if you're trying to get the job done quickly.

kay9
GRIFF1315
sorry to say but this paint is not what you expect from Dulux. The coverage is terrible
yes but if your on a budget and cannot afford diamond trade dulux whizz rainbows then this is useful.
As above, you'll spend much longer trying to get a half decent finish with this. I have half a tub of this left over from 2 years ago when I bought it, expecting it to be half decent being Dulux branded. I suspect I'll never use it.


well its very thick and like thick custard. I also bought the trade one not so long ago, didn't notice a difference. apart from 1 thing the trade one was a bit heavier when lifting.
#19
Decorated my whole house in the Dulux matt stuff (non trade). A total waste of money and time. Have redone the whole house in Leyland Hard Wearing Matt now which is much better quality.
#20
The_IMF
Decorated my whole house in the Dulux matt stuff (non trade). A total waste of money and time. Have redone the whole house in Leyland Hard Wearing Matt now which is much better quality.


Yeah. I think all the hard wearing paints have more acrylic in although I'm not a chemist. I find the Endurance. Durable. Extreme. Touch washable type paints are thinner than standard trade paints but cover much better with a good looking finish. Johnstones paints make one that's £80 for 5lt. It's fantastic paint but way to expensive for what it is. Having big problems with valspar trade water based gloss at the mo. Absolutely no shine to it unlike dulux water based gloss that shines lovely but boy dose it run terrible. Can't always spray it but that's the only way I find to get a mirror finish. Yanks spray everything and so should we including emulsions. Even the cheap retail paints like this dulux offer can come out really good when sprayed.
#21
Must be store specific as online showing £20 for price instore. http://www.diy.com/departments/dulux-pure-brilliant-white-matt-emulsion-paint-10l/125844_BQ.prd

Good deal if you can get it. Use this for whitewashing plastered walls
#22
wayners
Sumpte
wayners
It's ok paint. Dulux Trade version is way to thick and terrible. This is a good buy though so heat from me.
Dulux Trade is the only decent stuff they still make (besides Endurance). This paint is absolutely terrible.
Valspar trade is the best. Although it don't like very porous surfaces as gets really sticky like glue and if you back roll it then I have had it bubble up. I love the stuff though as the finish is near perfect after 2 coats. Johnstones cover plus is probably the next best although I guess Dulux Endurance is the same. Then Dulux retail. It's cheap,don't need to be thinned. Looks OK but needs 3+ coats to give a flat matt with only minor flashing.

Dulux retail is flat out terrible. I've never heard anyone (before) giving it positive praise: it's thin, doesn't cover well, and the finish is disgusting. I did my bedroom in it once and if you brush it with your hand, it comes off.

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