Dulux Once Satinwood Pure Brilliant White- 750ml - ASDA - £7.50
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Dulux Once Satinwood Pure Brilliant White- 750ml - ASDA - £7.50

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Found 25th Jan 2014
Been posted before but expired. This is a pretty good price, only problem is that with current legislation white paints no longer stay white for long. I don't know why the powers that be cannot just trust us not to drink the stuff...

Still, this is an issue across most white paints so this is still a pretty good reduction and a decent price. Free click and collect.

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Original Poster

Also doing the Quick Dry for same price.

the quick dry seems to stay white here, been about 5 years without a retouch compared to the normal gloss that needs a repaint if in the dark.

Original Poster

Wolfsbane2k

the quick dry seems to stay white here, been about 5 years without a … the quick dry seems to stay white here, been about 5 years without a retouch compared to the normal gloss that needs a repaint if in the dark.



Thanks, let hope it stays white here too because it is quick dry I am using and I don't fancy having to redo it every couple of years...

Original Poster

Noticed at the weekend that Tesco are also knocking most of these out for £7 at the moment if that helps anyone.

SweatySock

Thanks, let hope it stays white here too because it is quick dry I am … Thanks, let hope it stays white here too because it is quick dry I am using and I don't fancy having to redo it every couple of years...



Yeah, it's scary how quick a white goes yellow in the dark. The Quick Dry does run a bit more, but saves a lot of work by the looks of things!

If you have kids, I'd avoid the Satin finish - grubby hand prints etc just don't come off very easily!

It's the oil in the paint which causes the yellow tinge after time, quick dry gloss is water based so it will stay white. Use water based for sometime, not as rugged as oil based but much less of a pain to use with regards to drying time etc.
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