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Paint advice: Is 'Endurance' paint worth it?

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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
We are painting our hallway and we have a 2 year old with another on the way, so are wondering about the Endurance (Dulux) or Easyclean (Crown) paints. Are they that much better than the normal paints in terms of being able to clean off scuffs etc.?

Any advice is always helpful!
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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banned#1
nah not reelly if you want a more durable finish u can put an extra coats on, BQ got 2 tins for £20 quid atm hope that helps, silk is easier to clean tho so maybe go for that enit
#2
Never heard of it, but sounds like a marketing mans wet dream.

Edited By: thesaint on Aug 02, 2010 17:20: safsf
banned#3
endurance is just for like kids bedrooms wher kids r likelee to knock the paint work & stuff, i wouldnt botha man trsut me
#4
JustGiles
nah not reelly if you want a more durable finish u can put an extra coats on, BQ got 2 tins for £20 quid atm hope that helps, silk is easier to clean tho so maybe go for that enit

Thanks
#5
I use the same paint, although the name changed recently.

IMO, it's worth every penny, you can literally scrub the walls if there's a mark on them, the paint is of excellent quality and applies very well.

It is expensive, but it's worth it.
#6
yes, its good stuff. But so is water based eggshell from proper trade place.
#7
decorating1
yes, its good stuff. But so is water based eggshell from proper trade place.


I know it's probably just a trade claim etc, but Dulux say Endurance is 10x more stain resistant that regular water based eggshell.
banned#8
just go for cheaper paint and have some spare to paint over marks. Easier than scrubbing lol
#9
csiman
just go for cheaper paint and have some spare to paint over marks. Easier than scrubbing lol


Don't be daft mate, how is painting then cleaning up after easier than using a cloth/scourer?!X)
banned#10
moob
csiman
just go for cheaper paint and have some spare to paint over marks. Easier than scrubbing lol


Don't be daft mate, how is painting then cleaning up after easier than using a cloth/scourer?!X)

true, must take all of 2 minutes to open a tin of paint, paint over and rinse a brush out LMAO
#11
we have just used endurance to repaint our hall and yes marks wipe off very easily and its matt so doesnt show up any uneven walls etc
we used homebase own washable paint in the kids bedroom and tbh its just as good as endurance
best place to buy would be homebase as their own paint and the dulux paints are on offer most of the time buy one get one half price
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csiman
moob
csiman
just go for cheaper paint and have some spare to paint over marks. Easier than scrubbing lol


Don't be daft mate, how is painting then cleaning up after easier than using a cloth/scourer?!X)

true, must take all of 2 minutes to open a tin of paint, paint over and rinse a brush out LMAO


You can't wash your brushes right then mate LMAOPMSLLOLOMG etc!

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