Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt Paint Pure Brilliant White 7.5L £26.40 @ Travis Perkins
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Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt Paint Pure Brilliant White 7.5L £26.40 @ Travis Perkins

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Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt Paint Pure Brilliant White 7.5L £26.40 @ Travis Perkins
Posted 18th Oct 2020
Overview
A top quality high opacity emulsion based on unique AkzoNobel technology which gives excellent coverage and application as well as a durable finish which lasts everyday living.
Excellent Opacity
Tough wipeable finish
For use on interior walls and ceilings
Best ever formulation
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£26.39 at Dulux Decorator Centre.

2 x 7.5l for £43.98 if needed
Whats the difference between this and the £20 one at Screwfix?
screwfix.com/p/d…13v
JOSHY18/10/2020 15:53

Whats the difference between this and the £20 one at …Whats the difference between this and the £20 one at Screwfix?https://www.screwfix.com/p/dulux-matt-emulsion-paint-pure-brilliant-white-10ltr/1013v


This one is a trade quality product whereas the screwfix one is a basic “public” product. I have a decorating company and can vouch for the fact that trade wins everytime!!! The difference is massive!
JOSHY18/10/2020 15:53

Whats the difference between this and the £20 one at …Whats the difference between this and the £20 one at Screwfix?https://www.screwfix.com/p/dulux-matt-emulsion-paint-pure-brilliant-white-10ltr/1013v


A big difference the one listed is a trade grade so the paint will cover a lot better so will need less of it and a better finish because you won’t need to pile so much on
Would this be suitable for fresh plaster ? If not can someone recommend anything thanks
JOSHY18/10/2020 15:53

Whats the difference between this and the £20 one at …Whats the difference between this and the £20 one at Screwfix?https://www.screwfix.com/p/dulux-matt-emulsion-paint-pure-brilliant-white-10ltr/1013v



Can vouch for the trade quality being much much better. Coverage is better especially if going onto fresh plaster or covering something non white.
BeanieBaby18/10/2020 17:45

Would this be suitable for fresh plaster ? If not can someone recommend …Would this be suitable for fresh plaster ? If not can someone recommend anything thanks


I wouldn't use it on fresh plaster but I would highly recommend screwfix.com/p/n…004 this Screwfix paint doesn't need watering down on new plaster and goes on like a dream, believe all the excellent reviews it's great plus it also allows the plaster to breath and expel any excess moisture but this deals Vinyl matt will contain a vinyl resin that doesn't allow the breathing.
The recommendation is for new plaster only as you mentioned so if you have old plaster the Dulux will be great.
Edited by: "PaulandPam" 18th Oct
BeanieBaby18/10/2020 17:45

Would this be suitable for fresh plaster ? If not can someone recommend …Would this be suitable for fresh plaster ? If not can someone recommend anything thanks


You will need a base coat first - use diluted contract matt. Dead cheap and will provide a good base for this trade matt.
JOSHY18/10/2020 15:53

Whats the difference between this and the £20 one at …Whats the difference between this and the £20 one at Screwfix?https://www.screwfix.com/p/dulux-matt-emulsion-paint-pure-brilliant-white-10ltr/1013v


Pretty much everything. More pigment, better finish, goes on better, goes further to name the main ones.
Cheap paint is just that - cheap. There is a night and day difference between higher quality paints and cheap consumer grade paints.

For colour I wont use anything but Diamond Matt.
Edited by: "tspill" 18th Oct
I bought this from the dulux shop a while back. Used it today and very impressed. 2 coats on old plaster. 1st watered down 5/1 as instructions say.
It is great paint, not that wipeable though. They brought out a more expensive range for that.
I spent £42 twice on purchasing the 10l of this paint. So this is a bargain price!
Leyland all the way ? 2 X 10L @ Screwfix for £26
screwfix.com/p/l….ds
Edited by: "myhye" 19th Oct
BeanieBaby18/10/2020 17:45

Would this be suitable for fresh plaster ? If not can someone recommend …Would this be suitable for fresh plaster ? If not can someone recommend anything thanks


You really better with a contract matt to let plaster breathe. Dulux version is supermatt
Thin down first coat. Cheaper version are leyland superletex, macpherson eclipse
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