Crown Breatheasy Pure Brilliant White - Quick Drying Gloss Paint / Satin Paint 2.5L for £10 @ Homebase
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Crown Breatheasy Pure Brilliant White - Quick Drying Gloss Paint / Satin Paint 2.5L for £10 @ Homebase

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Found 19th MarEdited by:"idontflycathay"
Nice products, good price

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Touch and durable gloss finish for interior wood and metal. Non-yellowing forumla retains its bright white finish for longer and is quick drying and wipeable.

  • Long lasting whiteness
  • Tough & durable
  • Touch dry in 1 hour
  • For interior & exterior wood & metal

Crown Breatheasy Pure Brilliant White - Quick Drying Satin Paint - 2.5L for £10
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Bright white for longer does that mean it will eventually go yellow
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steevojohno1 h, 2 m ago

Bright white for longer does that mean it will eventually go yellow


No, it's a water based paint which stays white. I believe only oil-based paints are the ones which turns yellow over time
The satin is very good has a nice sheen. The gloss is awful
DRRINK1 h, 6 m ago

The satin is very good has a nice sheen. The gloss is awful



What's so bad about the gloss, I usually buy gloss for doors etc just wondering what's wrong with this stuff?

Cheers
steevieboy4u30 m ago

What's so bad about the gloss, I usually buy gloss for doors etc just …What's so bad about the gloss, I usually buy gloss for doors etc just wondering what's wrong with this stuff?Cheers


Depends on how fussy you are, but you will never achieve a high shine mirror finish with a water based gloss. For that you’d need to go for an oil based gloss, but as others have pointed out start to yellow after a few months.
DRRINK15 m ago

Depends on how fussy you are, but you will never achieve a high shine …Depends on how fussy you are, but you will never achieve a high shine mirror finish with a water based gloss. For that you’d need to go for an oil based gloss, but as others have pointed out start to yellow after a few months.



Is there any where to get the 'normal' oil based stuff that doesn't yellow? It never used to yellow, can't believe they changed it because of EU regulations! Roll on Brexit
idontflycathay6 h, 45 m ago

No, it's a water based paint which stays white. I believe only oil-based …No, it's a water based paint which stays white. I believe only oil-based paints are the ones which turns yellow over time


Oil based are a lot better overall.
This goes yellow very quickly.
Thank you op. Got a tin of satin
idontflycathay19th Mar

No, it's a water based paint which stays white. I believe only oil-based …No, it's a water based paint which stays white. I believe only oil-based paints are the ones which turns yellow over time


Some of the new water based paints are actually a hybrid paint which has some oil in it for added toughness, the johnstones trade aqua satin/gloss range is one example, it will yellow but at a much slower rate, however it is a very tough finish and many trade painters use this product
paint noob here,
Anyone know if this paint is suitable for exterior doors?
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