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johnstone's One Coat Quick Dry Satin Paint just £4.00 instore @ Asda

£4.00 @ Asda
johnstone's One Coat Quick Dry Satin Paint Brilliant White for interior Wood & Metal was £8 now just £4 at Asda Merthyr Tydfil most likely naitional Roughly 1-2 hours dry time and very low fumes Read More
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
johnstone's One Coat Quick Dry Satin Paint Brilliant White for interior Wood & Metal was £8 now just £4 at Asda Merthyr Tydfil most likely naitional
Roughly 1-2 hours dry time and very low fumes
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1 Like #1
We have used this. Good paint and really does dry quickly. Good for when you have kids around and don't want paint on their clothes etc.
1 Like #2
Can you tell me what volume this is please?
1 Like #3
750ml, Asda in Farnborough also had them in stock
#4
I've had very mixed results with this brand of paint. If you're just after something cheap and cheerful for a shed or something, this will do. But for a decent finish I would stick with the premium brands.
#5
Water based and scratches off easily, no good on door frames
1 Like #6
DannyBoy99
I've had very mixed results with this brand of paint. If you're just after something cheap and cheerful for a shed or something, this will do. But for a decent finish I would stick with the premium brands.

I've got to disagree. I've painted the woodwork in four rooms now with this paint and the finish has been excellent.

I wouldn't call it "one coat" though.

Edited By: topgun06 on May 16, 2017 09:22
1 Like #7
DannyBoy99
I've had very mixed results with this brand of paint. If you're just after something cheap and cheerful for a shed or something, this will do. But for a decent finish I would stick with the premium brands.
Johnstones have been in business over 100 years....I think they probably are a premium brand
1 Like #8
DannyBoy99
I've had very mixed results with this brand of paint. If you're just after something cheap and cheerful for a shed or something, this will do. But for a decent finish I would stick with the premium brands.


Johnstone's is by no means cheap or cheerful!

I swear by their varnish - only brand I use & recently used their primer to prepare a door for painting. Great results.

But I never believe the 'one coat ' claims of any paint :D

Edited By: Gollywood on May 16, 2017 10:36: John Stones? £50 million????
#9
We've used this extensively in a renovation project and be warned, its not one coat even remotely. We've had to use at least 3 on average, though like all paints, proper surface prep and sanding between coats helps. I'm not saying its bad paint exactly, just that you need to allow for extra coats when working out how much you'll need.

Edited By: impgrrrl on May 16, 2017 11:31
#10
I'm only a DIY'er but I wouldn't buy this brand again. I bought the White loss for skirting and door frames. Despite proper prep' I had to give two coats and still wasn't happy.
1 Like #11
DannyBoy99
I've had very mixed results with this brand of paint. If you're just after something cheap and cheerful for a shed or something, this will do. But for a decent finish I would stick with the premium brands.


Iv used Johnston's in my bathroom and kitchen and it looks really nice.
#12
all one coat paints are crap.
1 Like #13
heather1996
DannyBoy99
I've had very mixed results with this brand of paint. If you're just after something cheap and cheerful for a shed or something, this will do. But for a decent finish I would stick with the premium brands.

Iv used Johnston's in my bathroom and kitchen and it looks really nice.

got to disagree with you there i`ve found johnstone`s very good and on par with dulux etc..

edit: that was for DannyBoy99

Edited By: ws007 on May 16, 2017 13:47
1 Like #14
Good price. Used this paint in the past and very pleased with results
1 Like #15
I bought 2 of these and then seen a 2.5ltr in Homebase for £12, done the whole house but was not 1 coat, needed 2 over gloss! Looks great on.
#16
moshchops
Water based and scratches off easily, no good on door frames


I was really considering to buy this. Thank you
1 Like #17
I've used this paint and result is fantastic. Use primer/undercoat on all woodwork and then one coat of this. Johnstone's is a premium brand compared to overpriced and overrated
Dulux...
1 Like #18
Saw this in the Westerhope (Newcastle) Asda tonight, and also the White Gloss at the same price, 4 Quid down from 8.

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