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Dulux Non-drip Gloss, Pure Brilliant White, 2.5L £12 @ Tesco click & collect
Dulux Non-drip Gloss, Pure Brilliant White, 2.5L £12 @ Tesco click & collect

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just bought a tin gota do 7 doors will do me

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Original Poster

Just a little tip if needed , Poundland are doing a little roller and tray set you get 4 rollers
2 fluffy ones and 2 sponge type , the sponge type are good for gloss on doors
and when done just throw them away or you can clean them .

d'ya know if they had the satin wood on offer?

Dulux gloss not the best turns cream/yellow the quickest...

bulk buy as you will need to repaint every six months as this goes yellow very quickly

Dulux Trade Satinwood - a bit more expensive but a lot better quality. Can buy it in B&Q

reakt

Dulux Trade Satinwood - a bit more expensive but a lot better quality. … Dulux Trade Satinwood - a bit more expensive but a lot better quality. Can buy it in B&Q



No good for external painting though! It's not that common to use gloss internally these days.

or buy with £6 worth of Clubcard vouchers using the current Boost offer

DIY experts around
I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?

Thanks

norville555

Dulux gloss not the best turns cream/yellow the quickest...



Not sure if I used Dulux but my mine has turned cream/yellow. Can't be bothered at mo to redo entire house lol

I would not use this unless you want yellow doors in a few months.

Even now they still haven't sorted this problem out.

I would buy Crown paint NOT Dulux.

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hot but only 2.5 l - my deal was 10 l for less

SFconvert

No good for external painting though! It's not that common to use gloss … No good for external painting though! It's not that common to use gloss internally these days.



Isn't this thread for internal gloss ?

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ak_wf1

DIY experts around I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen … DIY experts around I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?Thanks



Not gloss - you want the satin matt finish

Agree with the cream comments, my doors/ paintwork look terrible in my white gloss kitchen, looks like I smoke 40 a day, need to use 'Quick dry' stuff.

ak_wf1

DIY experts around I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen … DIY experts around I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?Thanks



Gloss or Matt finish ?

Are doors real wood or a laminate / melamine finish ?

Heat added, decent price for 2.5ltrs, BUT I use Glidden Satin available from Dulux Decorators Centres.

Prefer Satin to Gloss but each to there own.

sircrusticroc

Not gloss - you want the satin matt finish



How do you know the posters preference in paint finish ?

Seriously don't bother with this stuff! I used it EVERYWHERE in my house and 3 months later it is all a vile yellowy colour.

Wouldn't be so bad if this was cream because it wouldn't discolour. Pbw has news articles about it discolouring so easily.

SFconvert

No good for external painting though! It's not that common to use gloss … No good for external painting though! It's not that common to use gloss internally these days.


Dulux Trade Weathershield for outside.:3

All oil based gloss goes yellow these days (if it doesnt get a good supply of UV light)

The best paint I have found and used and stays white is this (thicker than the cheap water based gloss, scuff resistant, no smell and dries quickly) :-


amazon.co.uk/2-5…s=1

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41f8nVvvISL.jpg





Not cheap, but only needs doing once.
Edited by: "chocci" 24th Jul 2014

If you don't want your pain yellowing, this is the best stuff to use:
decoratingdirect.co.uk/vie…LS/

Not cheap but you'll only need to do it once! I painted my house 18 months ago and the paint is still as white as the day it was first painted so highly recommended.

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andynicol

How do you know the posters preference in paint finish ?



OP may or may not have good taste -but I do have good taste and can tell him (and you) that you'd have to be a numpty to use gloss on the kitchen cabinet doors.

sircrusticroc

OP may or may not have good taste - but I do have good taste and can tell … OP may or may not have good taste - but I do have good taste and can tell him (and you) that you'd have to be a numpty to use gloss on the kitchen cabinet doors.



Your, or my opinion*, is irrelevant, it is possible to rejuvenate kitchen doors with gloss.

*I actually agree, I hate gloss finish, as or my earlier post, BUT our preference may not agree with the poster who is clearly unsure what to use.

ak_wf1

DIY experts around I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen … DIY experts around I want to paint or bring back to life some kitchen cupboard fronts. Any suggestions recommendations what to use please?Thanks


flat fronts? Fablon is quick, easy and cheap. Worth a try on one door as a tester.

Used Aldi's white gloss on internal doors 8 months ago & still white, easy to apply and no smell & re-coat in 30 minutes. Will never buy Crown or Dulux white gloss again as it never stays white.

paul97

Used Aldi's white gloss on internal doors 8 months ago & still white, … Used Aldi's white gloss on internal doors 8 months ago & still white, easy to apply and no smell & re-coat in 30 minutes. Will never buy Crown or Dulux white gloss again as it never stays white.



We used Aldi's white gloss last year its rubbish and has a very sticky texture like its still yet to dry.
Edited by: "bargainBooze" 24th Jul 2014

andynicol

Your, or my opinion*, is irrelevant, it is possible to rejuvenate kitchen … Your, or my opinion*, is irrelevant, it is possible to rejuvenate kitchen doors with gloss. *I actually agree, I hate gloss finish, as or my earlier post, BUT our preference may not agree with the poster who is clearly unsure what to use.



You on your period

they all turn yellow in a few weeks.... dont bother with crown or dulux gloss. get johnstones water based gloss brilliant white. no fuss, smell or turps needed and stays white (even now 12 months later)

chocci

All oil based gloss goes yellow these days (if it doesnt get a good … All oil based gloss goes yellow these days (if it doesnt get a good supply of UV light)The best paint I have found and used and stays white is this (thicker than the cheap water based gloss, scuff resistant, no smell and dries quickly) :-http://www.amazon.co.uk/2-5LTR-JOHNSTONES-TRADE-GLOSS-BRILLIANT/product-reviews/B005QWAOBW/ref=dpx_acr_txt?showViewpoints=1Not cheap, but only needs doing once.

stuff i use can definatley recommend, recoat in a hour

chocci

All oil based gloss goes yellow these days (if it doesnt get a good … All oil based gloss goes yellow these days (if it doesnt get a good supply of UV light)The best paint I have found and used and stays white is this (thicker than the cheap water based gloss, scuff resistant, no smell and dries quickly) :-http://www.amazon.co.uk/2-5LTR-JOHNSTONES-TRADE-GLOSS-BRILLIANT/product-reviews/B005QWAOBW/ref=dpx_acr_txt?showViewpoints=1Not cheap, but only needs doing once.



agreed. water based does not yellow
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