Dulux Pure Brilliant White Silk/Matt Emulsion £10.00/5L (instore Asda) - HotUKDeals
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Dulux pure brilliant white Silk/Matt emulsion £10.00 for 5L instore at Asda.
Have just bought some of this paint yesterday at Homebase for £15 - needless to say, will be returning. Checked online price at Asda and still showing as £17.00, so instore deal only. Found in Walsall Asda
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I'll use this gif before Maccy does :p

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937666
I'll use this gif before Maccy does :phttps://media.giphy.com/media/wLTs4oWPc5fJC/giphy.gif
He, he. Thanks 937666
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Purely brilliant find woo, heat added :)
5 Likes #4
This should be scorchio 8)

Heat.
1 Like #5
£15 for 10 litres at B+Q.
1 Like #6
Got some yesterday at sheffield store so should be national
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LARDYBOY
£15 for 10 litres at B+Q.
Seems to be £20 now. Handy to know if B&Q is nearer for some.
http://www.diy.com/departments/dulux-pure-brilliant-white-silk-emulsion-paint-10l/262495_BQ.prd
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937666
I'll use this gif before Maccy does :phttps://media.giphy.com/media/wLTs4oWPc5fJC/giphy.gif

I'll let you off X)

Heat added tawny, this is my happy dance X)

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#9
I'm new to decorating, is this for ceilings or woodwork?
1 Like #10
peodude
I'm new to decorating, is this for ceilings or woodwork?
plaster walls/ceilings or wall papered walls. its an emulsion. p.s heat added good timing.


Edited By: ssc1 on Jul 14, 2016 15:45
#11
Ill be moving out my rented accomodation soon. Been there for 3 years and a few marks on the whilte walls as you come in the door etc.. Would a quick coat of this cover these up?
#12
eyebaws
Ill be moving out my rented accomodation soon. Been there for 3 years and a few marks on the whilte walls as you come in the door etc.. Would a quick coat of this cover these up?
Unless the marks are oil or wax based it should cover anything up
#13
Newbie question - I recently had a leak in the bathroom which has now dried up. Unfortunately there was some staining below, on the kitchen ceiling, which I have now covered in Wickes stain block (white). Can I use this emulsion to paint on top of the stain block?

Any advice greatly appreciated.
#14
what one is best for internal doors, silk or matt
1 Like #15
Gra123
what one is best for internal doors, silk or matt


​its for walls and ceilings not wood work its also rubbish paint, better with trade paint from Johnston's
#16
hcc27
Newbie question - I recently had a leak in the bathroom which has now dried up. Unfortunately there was some staining below, on the kitchen ceiling, which I have now covered in Wickes stain block (white). Can I use this emulsion to paint on top of the stain block?

Any advice greatly appreciated.


​yes but you would be better buying and acrylic eggshell or "kitchen paint" as it can be wiped
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eyebaws
Ill be moving out my rented accomodation soon. Been there for 3 years and a few marks on the whilte walls as you come in the door etc.. Would a quick coat of this cover these up?


​yes and no, its rubbish paint so won't block out the marks without a fee coats

tuch up then coat

or even better go to a Dulux Decorating center and buy 10L of armstead white contact mat, best paint for what you want to do
#18
it's about £19
#19
ryancurly
eyebaws
Ill be moving out my rented accomodation soon. Been there for 3 years and a few marks on the whilte walls as you come in the door etc.. Would a quick coat of this cover these up?
​yes and no, its rubbish paint so won't block out the marks without a fee coats
tuch up then coat
or even better go to a Dulux Decorating center and buy 10L of armstead white contact mat, best paint for what you want to do
Perfect, cheers.

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