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Dulux Quick Dry Gloss Paint For Wood And Metal - Pure Brilliant White 2. 5 Litres £16.99 @ Amazon

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Dulux Quick Dry Gloss Paint For Wood And Metal - Pure Brilliant White 2. 5 Litres

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Give your doorframes, skirting boards and radiators the love they deserve with Dulux Quick Dry interior wood and metal paint.

Self-undercoating, wipeable and non-yellowing, it is available in Gloss, Satinwood and Eggshell in a range of colours plus pure brilliant white.

Its water based, low odour formulation and quick drying time makes it both convenient and pleasant to use.


  • For interior or exterior wood and metal
  • Capacity: 16m²/L per coat. This 2.5L can will cover 40m² with one coat (approx)
  • No undercoat required
  • Drying Time: Leave 6 hours to dry. Newly painted doors and windows should not be closed until paint is fully dry.
  • Colour Group: Creams & Whites

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  1. lee19285's avatar
    Despite saying it's non-yellowing, I found it still yellowed awfully in areas not receiving direct sunlight.

    They changed the formula of the oil based gloss years ago to make it a little more eco friendly and this has been yellowing ever since- the water based Dulux glosses are better
    Superficial's avatar
    conventional oil-based gloss paint always yellows and always did.

    it yellows because of the oil...the oil is brought to the surface over time. (edited)
  2. Halfaudio's avatar
    This is not the best paint to use
    nazx's avatar
    Crown trade fast flow water based satin - can’t go wrong…

    Or if want to go up a notch - Johnstones trade aqua guard satin

    If you want rolls Royce level go for Benjamin Moore scuff X (edited)
  3. luk.ass's avatar
    I switched to crown paints and never looked back
  4. cliosport65's avatar
    Great price and stays white
  5. bobdylan's avatar
    Used this recently and gives a terrible finish. It's water based and very thin hence why it's quick dry.

    Ended up getting the oil based version instead, much thicker and better quality finish IMO
  6. sowotsdis's avatar
    Great offer for a quality paint
    ojoj's avatar
    agree, wish it was in satin!
  7. morrig's avatar
    Use to love water based gloss, forgive the not as glossy. Till you come to repair any area, when it behaves like water based emulsion, obviously , when you sand it peels back, not like oil that hardens and easy to smooth to level?
  8. johnmartinirl's avatar
    I used this a few years ago on my skirting boards and itstill looks great...no issues and would recommend!
  9. g00ner82's avatar
    Metal as in radiators or not really ?
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