Matt White Emulsion Paint 5 Litres Only £3.50 @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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The magnolia was £4 from £8 a month ago but just saw their white break the £1/l floor.
Okay painting oop north maybe this time of year but horrible and gloopy in the 20's.
Just add water and paint by night.
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Be aware-this paint already runs like water! Great for painting new plaster though!
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Cold. Cheap and nasty.

Consistency of water.
1 Like #3
Everyone do not buy this.
It's mixed with water and some power.
IT IS NOT PAINT
all will be going through the drain.
banned#4
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1 Like #5
agreed absolute tack avoid
1 Like #6
get better coverage with milk!
#7
COLD COLD COLD
nasty emulsion is a waste of time, horrible to use coverage terrible.

B @ Q at the mo, £10 for 12l proper crown stuff ( or it was when I was there yesterday, had plenty in )
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Mermoo
Be aware-this paint already runs like water! Great for painting new plaster though!

cheap pva, mix 5:1 with water (5water 1 pva), looks like milk, goes on like water, dries in minutes, seals and makes paint stick without flaking or soaking in, saves cost on paint & pays for itself.

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Mermoo
Be aware-this paint already runs like water! Great for painting new plaster though!

Or even new wood. I found it much thicker than Wickes budget white emulsion.

Thick enough to retain brush strokes if you aren't inclined to dilute:
http://i57.tinypic.com/16hujp2.jpg

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