Dulux 5lt paint silk & emulsion  £10 @ wilko
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Dulux 5lt paint silk & emulsion £10 @ wilko

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Found 27th Mar 2017
5L of Dulux Matt Emulsion Paint in Pure Brilliant White. Dulux Matt is a smooth and creamy emulsion paint for use on walls and ceilings which is ideal for a modern, flat finish. Water based paint. Minimal VOC content. Keep out of reach of children. Always read instructions. Coverage up to 64 square meter.

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go to the link at the bottom pick 5L from the fliter
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maybe I just had a bad batch of that paint...
yes it is creamy
yes it is white
And that's about it what good paint and that product got in common!!!
If u want to refresh white wall will b ok
I tried to cover brownish colour and after 3 layers of that fantastic brilliant white I have bought proper paint
Awful paint... bought at this price some time ago but switched for Leyland Trade quickly
b and q are doing 5l of the endurance range for £14. you'll save the £4 in less layers
Bargain Absolutely nothing wrong with this paint only negative is its more thicker but you could alway thin it with water, laylands garbage more likely to find bits of dryed paint from inside the lid nothing but problems.
This is fantastic paint. Good deal

Edited by: "ichel" 28th Mar 2017
Seeing some of the comments here - looks like some haven't had much luck with this paint. After recently having an awful result covering a ceiling with this, could any of you recommend a good quality paint? This? Leyland? Johnstone's, A.N.Other?

Could be a case of bad workmanship rather than bad paint, but a bad workman always blames his tools

Heat for the price.
Edited by: "Goopster" 28th Mar 2017
link is dead anyone confirm it still live ?
Goopster

Seeing some of the comments here - looks like some haven't had much luck … Seeing some of the comments here - looks like some haven't had much luck with this paint. After recently having an awful result covering a ceiling with this, could any of you recommend a good quality paint? This? Leyland? Johnstone's, A.N.Other?Could be a case of bad workmanship rather than bad paint, but a bad workman always blames his tools ;)Heat for the price.


Dulux trade paint mate
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