Dulux Trade Vinyl Silk Paint Magnolia 10L  £44.58 (People who are voting cold give me a link in commments where its cheapter than  this ) + free del @travisperkins
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Dulux Trade Vinyl Silk Paint Magnolia 10L £44.58 (People who are voting cold give me a link in commments where its cheapter than this ) + free del @travisperkins

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Found 25th Feb
A top quality washable emulsion based on unique AkzoNobel technology, providing a tough, mid-sheen finish
  • We Deliver 10L Tubs
  • High opacity
  • High coverage
  • Tough, washable finish


Technical Specification
  • We Deliver 10L Tubs
  • High opacity
  • High coverage
  • Tough, washable finish

Colour FamilyCreamsColourMagnoliaFinishSilkApplication MethodBrush, Roller or SprayCoverage per LitreUp to 16 m²Drying TimeDependent on temperature/humidityDrying time between coats2 - 4 hrsClean equipment withAfter use, remove as much paint as possible from equipment before cleaning with waterSuitable forInterior Wall & Ceiling SurfacesVOC LevelMinimalManufacturer Model No5091640Brand NameDulux
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SPUDtheDOG5 m ago

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I am looking for 5 tins . I thought its cheaper than anywhere else. Is there anywhere cheaper than this shop?
Edited by: "Hunt4deal" 25th Feb
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people who are voting cold please post some links where these are cheaper ? its Viynl , Silk, 10L
Try Wickes at £40.70 also 2% Cashback for C&C on Quidco if this helps comes in a can but looks the same
wickes.co.uk/Dul…484
oops just spotted the wickes one is 5l not 10l
andyb8323 m ago

Save your money, this is cheaper and just as good if not better …Save your money, this is cheaper and just as good if not better https://www.screwfix.com/p/leyland-trade-vinyl-matt-emulsion-paint-magnolia-10ltr/46152


This is Matt and not silk though. Heat added
hisqwertyness:

This is Matt and not silk though. Heat added

Ok silks even cheaper then better still

screwfix.com/p/l…281

Or there vinyl silk is 34.99.

Not sure how these compare to the dulux trade but johnstones and Leyland trade is usually good stuff compare to crown which seems to sell better stuff in there own stores than other places even with the same names like trade etc.
Hunt4deal1 h, 42 m ago

people who are voting cold please post some links where these are cheaper …people who are voting cold please post some links where these are cheaper ? its Viynl , Silk, 10L


Screwfix is 34.99 for vinyl silk 10 litres Leyland trade. And vinyl is 10 litres for 16.99 10 litres if you intrested.
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MynameisM1 m ago

Screwfix is 34.99 for vinyl silk 10 litres Leyland trade. And vinyl is 10 …Screwfix is 34.99 for vinyl silk 10 litres Leyland trade. And vinyl is 10 litres for 16.99 10 litres if you intrested.



I am looking in Dulux
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Bos011 h, 44 m ago

Try Wickes at £40.70 also 2% Cashback for C&C on Quidco if this helps …Try Wickes at £40.70 also 2% Cashback for C&C on Quidco if this helps comes in a can but looks the samehttps://www.wickes.co.uk/Dulux-Trade-Vinyl-Silk-Emulsion-Paint---Magnolia-5L/p/106484



This is 5L , but 10L is £44.58 at Travisperkins. People voting cold without any reason. Any one tell me where can I get 10L Dulux Trade Vinyl Silk cheaper than £44.58 please
Hunt4deal8 m ago

I am looking in Dulux


Any particular reason it has to be dulux mainly professional painters wouldn't probably use dulux most use Leyland or johnstones . Also if ur using 5 tubs go see a paint trade place or even dulux they may give u a better discount than this. I would use under coat to reduce it to around 2 3 tubs for final coats.
£52 for Johnstones Trader Covaplus mixed to any colour or £67'ish for durable matt.
I vote it hot as it is probably cheapest price unless u google for around 10-30 mins or if there's any on fleabay as a job lot.for the same brand make model etc.
Edited by: "MynameisM" 25th Feb
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MynameisM3 m ago

Any particular reason it has to be dulux mainly professional painters …Any particular reason it has to be dulux mainly professional painters wouldn't probably use dulux most use Leyland or johnstones . Also if ur using 5 tubs go see a paint trade place or even dulux they may give u a better discount than this. I would use under coat to reduce it to around 2 3 tubs for final coats.


I though Dulux is better than Leyland or Johnstones. Thank you. I will check their prices.
Hunt4deal20 m ago

I though Dulux is better than Leyland or Johnstones. Thank you. I will …I though Dulux is better than Leyland or Johnstones. Thank you. I will check their prices.


Probably is but the others are good aswell shouldn't need put out on 5 6 coats like when u buy the cheapest paint from b and m or somewhere. it's one of them things different people like differnet brands otherwise there would be just one ultimate brand for everything.
MynameisM4 h, 24 m ago

Probably is but the others are good aswell shouldn't need put out on 5 6 …Probably is but the others are good aswell shouldn't need put out on 5 6 coats like when u buy the cheapest paint from b and m or somewhere. it's one of them things different people like differnet brands otherwise there would be just one ultimate brand for everything.


Had a few quotes to paint a 3 bed house and none of them use Johnstones or Leyland. In fact was told that those are not very good.

Most use Dulux, Valspar or Farrow and Ball paint from my experience.
MynameisM9 h, 56 m ago

hisqwertyness:This is Matt and not silk though. Heat addedOk silks even …hisqwertyness:This is Matt and not silk though. Heat addedOk silks even cheaper then better stillhttps://www.screwfix.com/p/leyland-trade-silk-silk-emulsion-magnolia-10ltr/79281Or there vinyl silk is 34.99. Not sure how these compare to the dulux trade but johnstones and Leyland trade is usually good stuff compare to crown which seems to sell better stuff in there own stores than other places even with the same names like trade etc.


Contract version won't be comparible
MynameisM15 h, 41 m ago

Any particular reason it has to be dulux mainly professional painters …Any particular reason it has to be dulux mainly professional painters wouldn't probably use dulux most use Leyland or johnstones . Also if ur using 5 tubs go see a paint trade place or even dulux they may give u a better discount than this. I would use under coat to reduce it to around 2 3 tubs for final coats.


Dulux is the best paint full stop. Must be cowboys where you live as leyland paint is awful and johnstones is not on par with dulux. Dulux will give you better coverage and finish compared to any other paint. buy cheap and you get crap.
Ivor.Temper2 h, 24 m ago

Dulux is the best paint full stop. Must be cowboys where you live as …Dulux is the best paint full stop. Must be cowboys where you live as leyland paint is awful and johnstones is not on par with dulux. Dulux will give you better coverage and finish compared to any other paint. buy cheap and you get crap.


And I suppose full stop Mercedes or BMW or some other 1 car in ur view is the best car full stop. and iPhone or samsung is the best phone there's no such thing as 1 best one ok maybe dulux is better than johnstones but. What is so much better about it. Does it never need to be painted again. Or does it just need 1 coat vs every other paint needs 2 or 3 coats. I mean there's no real way to compare paints other than if you use it and then u can decide for yourself. Do u need use half as much as everyother brand does it paint itself. They certainly make some really poor paint and paint pods so it's not really dulux is the best full stop is it.
I only use dulux, crown and Johnstone's for colour. I have never had a problem with dulux. I found 10 litre crown emulsion a lot thinner paint than their 5 or 6 litre tubs. Johnstone's China clay needed 4 coats to cover white and magnolia walls. Dulux gentle fawn just used at the weekend needed 3 coats to cover white walls. I don't overload the roller like decorators do and my last coat was done extremely fast to avoid any roller overlap. Perfect finish but dulux on the colours I have used easily beats Johnstone's. I have never used any trade paint so not sure what the difference is but assume less coats are needed.
Dulux Trade paint cannot be compared to their domestic equivalents. Trade paint covers better and retains the colour much longer. I use it all the time as the water based domestic emulsions now require multiple coats to cover and quite often can actually cost as much as using trade and take you 2-3 times longer to complete an equal job.
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