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Posted 26 June 2023

Johnstone's - Quick Dry Satin - Brilliant White - Exterior Wood & Metal - 750ml - £7.49 @ Amazon

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Johnstone's - Quick Dry Satin - Brilliant White- Satin Finish - Exterior Wood & Metal - Resistant to cracking & peeling - 6 years of life - 12m2 Coverage per Litre -750 ml (Pack of 1)

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  • Johnstone’s Quick Dry Satin is a high opacity paint for interior and exterior wood and metal surfaces including skirting boards, doors, radiators and staircases
  • It provides a contemporary, mid sheen finish that is ideal for a quick and efficient paint job. Easy to apply to surfaces and use, dry to the touch in just 1-2 hours
  • It is a water based paint, with at non - yellowing, low odour formulation and is easy to apply for interior use with coverage of 13m2 per tin
  • It provides a classic, yet durable and satisfying finish to interior applications. Great complimentary to a great looking home
  • A unique, wide range of colours that have been specially selected from the latest interior design trends to give you a stand out look with real impact
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  1. deleted48909's avatar
    Don't bother with cheap stuff.....Use Zinsser All Coat.
    RedSnail's avatar
    It's expensive but really good stuff. Spray painted our kitchen cabinets in it and rolled some other areas and it's as good as the original finish. All in the prep mainly but very hard wearing
  2. JD_'s avatar
    Anyone used or would use on a metal garage door? It's not in bad condition but could do with a repaint.

    Is gloss or satin best for garage door?

    Hammerite is rated but gets extreme reviews. (edited)
    fast_and_curious's avatar
    It all comes down to what sheen would you like the surface to be. Satin is medium sheen as compared to Gloss
  3. kmc-88's avatar
    JD_'s avatar
    In what way?
  4. Anthony.'s avatar
    Showing £9.99 now
    fast_and_curious's avatar
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  6. ChampionshipManager's avatar
    What's the difference between white and brilliant white?
    fast_and_curious's avatar
    not much difference to be honest, brilliant white is touch bit whiter than normal white....
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