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Dulux Non-drip Gloss, Pure Brilliant White, 2.5L
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just bought a tin gota do 7 doors will do me
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2 Likes #1
Just a little tip if needed , Poundland are doing a little roller and tray set you get 4 rollers
2 fluffy ones and 2 sponge type , the sponge type are good for gloss on doors
and when done just throw them away or you can clean them .
#2
d'ya know if they had the satin wood on offer?
7 Likes #3
Dulux gloss not the best turns cream/yellow the quickest...
5 Likes #4
bulk buy as you will need to repaint every six months as this goes yellow very quickly
#5
Dulux Trade Satinwood - a bit more expensive but a lot better quality. Can buy it in B&Q
#6
reakt
Dulux Trade Satinwood - a bit more expensive but a lot better quality. Can buy it in B&Q

No good for external painting though! It's not that common to use gloss internally these days.
#7
or buy with £6 worth of Clubcard vouchers using the current Boost offer
#8
DIY experts around ;)
I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?

Thanks
1 Like #9
norville555
Dulux gloss not the best turns cream/yellow the quickest...

Not sure if I used Dulux but my mine has turned cream/yellow. Can't be bothered at mo to redo entire house lol
2 Likes #10
I would not use this unless you want yellow doors in a few months.

Even now they still haven't sorted this problem out.

I would buy Crown paint NOT Dulux.
banned#11
hot but only 2.5 l - my deal was 10 l for less
#13
SFconvert
reakt
Dulux Trade Satinwood - a bit more expensive but a lot better quality. Can buy it in B&Q

No good for external painting though! It's not that common to use gloss internally these days.


Isn't this thread for internal gloss ?
banned#14
ak_wf1
DIY experts around ;)
I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?

Thanks

Not gloss - you want the satin matt finish
#15
Agree with the cream comments, my doors/ paintwork look terrible in my white gloss kitchen, looks like I smoke 40 a day, need to use 'Quick dry' stuff.
#16
ak_wf1
DIY experts around ;)
I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?

Thanks


Gloss or Matt finish ?

Are doors real wood or a laminate / melamine finish ?
#17
Heat added, decent price for 2.5ltrs, BUT I use Glidden Satin available from Dulux Decorators Centres.

Prefer Satin to Gloss but each to there own.
#18
sircrusticroc
ak_wf1
DIY experts around ;)
I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?

Thanks

Not gloss - you want the satin matt finish


How do you know the posters preference in paint finish ?
1 Like #19
Seriously don't bother with this stuff! I used it EVERYWHERE in my house and 3 months later it is all a vile yellowy colour.
#20
Wouldn't be so bad if this was cream because it wouldn't discolour. Pbw has news articles about it discolouring so easily.
#21
SFconvert
reakt
Dulux Trade Satinwood - a bit more expensive but a lot better quality. Can buy it in B&Q

No good for external painting though! It's not that common to use gloss internally these days.
Dulux Trade Weathershield for outside.:3
1 Like #22
All oil based gloss goes yellow these days (if it doesnt get a good supply of UV light)

The best paint I have found and used and stays white is this (thicker than the cheap water based gloss, scuff resistant, no smell and dries quickly) :-


http://www.amazon.co.uk/2-5LTR-JOHNSTONES-TRADE-GLOSS-BRILLIANT/product-reviews/B005QWAOBW/ref=dpx_acr_txt?showViewpoints=1

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41f8nVvvISL.jpg





Not cheap, but only needs doing once.

Edited By: chocci on Jul 24, 2014 11:21
#23
If you don't want your pain yellowing, this is the best stuff to use:
http://www.decoratingdirect.co.uk/viewprod/s/SIKRBLS/

Not cheap but you'll only need to do it once! I painted my house 18 months ago and the paint is still as white as the day it was first painted so highly recommended.
banned 1 Like #24
andynicol
sircrusticroc
ak_wf1
DIY experts around ;)
I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?

Thanks

Not gloss - you want the satin matt finish

How do you know the posters preference in paint finish ?

OP may or may not have good taste -but I do have good taste and can tell him (and you) that you'd have to be a numpty to use gloss on the kitchen cabinet doors.
#25
sircrusticroc
andynicol
sircrusticroc
ak_wf1
DIY experts around ;)
I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?

Thanks

Not gloss - you want the satin matt finish

How do you know the posters preference in paint finish ?

OP may or may not have good taste -but I do have good taste and can tell him (and you) that you'd have to be a numpty to use gloss on the kitchen cabinet doors.


Your, or my opinion*, is irrelevant, it is possible to rejuvenate kitchen doors with gloss.

*I actually agree, I hate gloss finish, as or my earlier post, BUT our preference may not agree with the poster who is clearly unsure what to use.
#26
ak_wf1
DIY experts around ;)
I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?

Thanks
flat fronts? Fablon is quick, easy and cheap. Worth a try on one door as a tester.
#27
Used Aldi's white gloss on internal doors 8 months ago & still white, easy to apply and no smell & re-coat in 30 minutes. Will never buy Crown or Dulux white gloss again as it never stays white.
#28
paul97
Used Aldi's white gloss on internal doors 8 months ago & still white, easy to apply and no smell & re-coat in 30 minutes. Will never buy Crown or Dulux white gloss again as it never stays white.

We used Aldi's white gloss last year its rubbish and has a very sticky texture like its still yet to dry.

Edited By: bargainBooze on Jul 24, 2014 22:42
#29
andynicol
sircrusticroc
andynicol
sircrusticroc
ak_wf1
DIY experts around ;)
I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?

Thanks

Not gloss - you want the satin matt finish

How do you know the posters preference in paint finish ?

OP may or may not have good taste -but I do have good taste and can tell him (and you) that you'd have to be a numpty to use gloss on the kitchen cabinet doors.

Your, or my opinion*, is irrelevant, it is possible to rejuvenate kitchen doors with gloss.

*I actually agree, I hate gloss finish, as or my earlier post, BUT our preference may not agree with the poster who is clearly unsure what to use.


You on your period
1 Like #30
they all turn yellow in a few weeks.... dont bother with crown or dulux gloss. get johnstones water based gloss brilliant white. no fuss, smell or turps needed and stays white (even now 12 months later)
#31
chocci
All oil based gloss goes yellow these days (if it doesnt get a good supply of UV light)

The best paint I have found and used and stays white is this (thicker than the cheap water based gloss, scuff resistant, no smell and dries quickly) :-


http://www.amazon.co.uk/2-5LTR-JOHNSTONES-TRADE-GLOSS-BRILLIANT/product-reviews/B005QWAOBW/ref=dpx_acr_txt?showViewpoints=1

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41f8nVvvISL.jpg





Not cheap, but only needs doing once.
stuff i use can definatley recommend, recoat in a hour
#32
chocci
All oil based gloss goes yellow these days (if it doesnt get a good supply of UV light)

The best paint I have found and used and stays white is this (thicker than the cheap water based gloss, scuff resistant, no smell and dries quickly) :-


http://www.amazon.co.uk/2-5LTR-JOHNSTONES-TRADE-GLOSS-BRILLIANT/product-reviews/B005QWAOBW/ref=dpx_acr_txt?showViewpoints=1

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41f8nVvvISL.jpg





Not cheap, but only needs doing once.


agreed. water based does not yellow

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