Kitchen & Bathroom White Paint 5 litres at Aldi £9.99
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Kitchen & Bathroom White Paint 5 litres at Aldi £9.99

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Found 9th Jun 2013
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    Anyone had experience with this paint before I go buy a tub?
    Original Poster
    I'm curious too.
    Indeed, only wanting to do one wall and ceiling but it's a brand I've never heard of =/
    hot hot hot
    06rodste

    hot hot hot



    Why?
    Do they have colours or is it only in white? (I'd assume it is only in white as it's not stated in the original post).
    cheaper @ wilko
    Got this last time and was a bit taken aback at how thin this is and consequently I had to go over again and again.

    It only comes in white (which is what I wanted) but I wouldn't go for it again.
    I've noticed that rodste spams 'hot hot hot' for nearly every item I've looked at.
    bemad

    Got this last time and was a bit taken aback at how thin this is and … Got this last time and was a bit taken aback at how thin this is and consequently I had to go over again and again.It only comes in white (which is what I wanted) but I wouldn't go for it again.

    Thanks, bemad. I was looking out for Kitchen & Bathroom Paint, but it's not worth it if you have to use more paint, time and energy to get a good result.
    You can get more litres for same price in b&q or wilko so not a good deal at all
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    lammy1999

    You can get more litres for same price in b&q or wilko so not a good deal … You can get more litres for same price in b&q or wilko so not a good deal at all



    Links please. I've looked on Wilkos and B & Q and can't find it cheaper. I can only see 2.5 litres for £13.75/£14.48.I would like to find it cheaper cos I need quite a bit.
    I've just redecorated the entire house using a variety of paints and I found that I had to paint at least two coats to get the required finish, even using the 'one coat only' paints. Can't say I've seen a kitchen/bathroom paint this cheap so voted hot, even if you do need a couple of coats.

    I usually do two coats with Crown or Dulux, but I've found, say with an own-brand budget paint (I remember buying the Fads one years ago), it was so watery you had to do more than the usual two coats. I had two guys in to do my ceilings and they told me never to buy it again!!

    paul29

    I've just redecorated the entire house using a variety of paints and I … I've just redecorated the entire house using a variety of paints and I found that I had to paint at least two coats to get the required finish, even using the 'one coat only' paints. Can't say I've seen a kitchen/bathroom paint this cheap so voted hot, even if you do need a couple of coats.


    B&Q own brand paint has good coverage I found.
    The first coat looked just like a "wash" and you really do need to do layer after layer to get a solid white look with this paint. A lot of time and effort and annoying splashes of paint falling as it is so thin. You can get there eventually but the reason it is 5 litres for £9.99 is that they must have added the cheapest bulk agent known to man........water
    Do yourself a favour and buy Wickes Trade brand paints. Top quality!
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