Dulux Once Gloss Pure Brilliant White- 750ml £7.00 @ Asda Direct
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Dulux Once Gloss Pure Brilliant White- 750ml £7.00 @ Asda Direct

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Found 12th May 2014
Dulux Once Gloss has been specially developed to give a one coat coverage. Its drip-resistant formulation is easy to use and requires no undercoat. It can be used both inside and outside on wood and metal surfaces.

+ £2.95 delivery or collection instore free
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Did they have any other colours for this price?

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hillsandra2

Did they have any other colours for this price?



As far as I know its just this colour

i find the satinwood once a better white than this

Hi. As a guide can anyone tell me what area would one of these tins cover?

Thank you

all colors £9 in tesco

These r nearly £20 in b and q!!

C4Tentpeg

i find the satinwood once a better white than this


Is it the same, if you use it twice?oO

Saintledger

Hi. As a guide can anyone tell me what area would one of these tins … Hi. As a guide can anyone tell me what area would one of these tins cover?Thank you


Saintledger

Hi. As a guide can anyone tell me what area would one of these tins … Hi. As a guide can anyone tell me what area would one of these tins cover?Thank you


Saintledger

Hi. As a guide can anyone tell me what area would one of these tins … Hi. As a guide can anyone tell me what area would one of these tins cover?You should have plenty of space,on the top of an average size stepladder. oOThank you

Full Gloss 750ml, 2.5 litres 30m2 per 2.5 litres 2 Dry in 2 hours / recoat 4 hours

*WARNING*
Apparently the gloss has problems with yellowing after a few week. Check reports on Google before buying!
Also been on watchdog.

google.co.uk/sea…F-8
Edited by: "castara0" 12th May 2014

tesco.com/dir…987

I know it is £2 more but the difference in white compared to the dulux once gloss is worth it

Also available in seasonal aisles in the stores

castara0

*WARNING*Apparently the gloss has problems with yellowing after a few … *WARNING*Apparently the gloss has problems with yellowing after a few week. Check reports on Google before buying!Also been on watchdog.https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Dulux+Once+Gloss&oq=Dulux+Once+Gloss&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60.1817j0j4&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=93&ie=UTF-8#q=dulux+once+gloss+problems




got anything newer than 2011 reports !!

I agree with castara0 about the yellowing problem. Seen it first hand here. At the time I did a lot of research and its caused by not getting enough UV (daylight). Since then I have swapped to other paints for darker areas of the house or somewhere that is shaded by furniture. If your using it in a bright sunlit room you may be fine. still a good deal so long as you understand the issue.

widzmorrow

Full Gloss 750ml, 2.5 litres 30m2 per 2.5 litres 2 Dry in 2 hours / … Full Gloss 750ml, 2.5 litres 30m2 per 2.5 litres 2 Dry in 2 hours / recoat 4 hours



Thanks, exactly the info I was after

Do not waste your time and money on dulux gloss. It goes yellow after a few weeks. I have sadly learned from experience

otv

got anything newer than 2011 reports !!



All oil-based gloss goes yellow in time. the oil is why it is so shiny and less viscous.

if you want gloss that stays white then use water based gloss but it's more viscous.
Edited by: "Superficial" 12th May 2014

moggith

Do not waste your time and money on dulux gloss. It goes yellow after a … Do not waste your time and money on dulux gloss. It goes yellow after a few weeks. I have sadly learned from experience



I agree but, to be fair, all oil based gloss does as I said above.

monk3yb0y

I agree with castara0 about the yellowing problem. Seen it first hand … I agree with castara0 about the yellowing problem. Seen it first hand here. At the time I did a lot of research and its caused by not getting enough UV (daylight). Since then I have swapped to other paints for darker areas of the house or somewhere that is shaded by furniture. If your using it in a bright sunlit room you may be fine. still a good deal so long as you understand the issue.



I don't think so. it is to do with the oil on the surface of the paint yellowing. Anyone who has glossed doors or cupboards next to a window knows they still go yellow as mine did.

Great price , B&Q sell this for £13.98
Grrr8 Price

no undercoat... yea right

Says out of stock

otv

got anything newer than 2011 reports !!

Yes, apparently Dulux thenselves are now putting the warning on the tins about yellowing. This way they can avoid the many claims they had ! (Btw, why don't you Google it yourself );)

Edited by: "castara0" 12th May 2014

Last year I spent a week painting the woodwork in my house using dulux non-drip gloss, couple of months later it turned a dirty yellow. So I've had to repaint it all again. I tried repainting using Dulux water based gloss, which was a nightmare, it was like painting with watered down milk (I stupidly ignored the bad reviews), sent it back and bought Johnstone water based satin, which was perfect, nearly as thick as oil, went on well, and is still white 10 months on. You can buy it from one of the larger B&M stores for quite cheap.

Aparantly it's due to EU restrictions on solvents over the past few years, the paint manufacturers have had to water the solvents down, which now causes the yellowing. It's exaggerated when there's no UV, but nevertheless, all painted surfaces will soon turn yellow after painting with it.

I've always used oil based gloss as it covers a lot easier, but I won't be using Dulux, or oil based paints again if it means having to repaint all surfaces! Really they should pull their oil based range, as it's only going to cause disappointment.

scott_w_1981

These r nearly £20 in b and q!!


Not really...currently the 750ml is £13.98 in B&Q normal price. And the 2.5L is currently part of their Dulux 2.5L 2 for £25 deal.
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