Leyland Contract Matt Emulsion Paint Magnolia & Brilliant White 10Ltr Only £14.69 Each at Screwfix
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Leyland Contract Matt Emulsion Paint Magnolia & Brilliant White 10Ltr Only £14.69 Each at Screwfix

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Found 11th Nov 2013
Quality paint at a price I can't find cheaper, picked up some magnolia myself earlier today. Link for the brilliant white one is screwfix.com/p/l…680

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It's comming up at £19.69

Original Poster

ebrahimakooji

It's comming up at £19.69



hmmm still coming up at £14.69 for me!?! anyone else confirm?

Yes, £14.69 for me too. Good price, if you're in London looks like builder Depot does 15l for £20 ish.

Edited by: "vaugi" 11th Nov 2013

£19.69 for me too...

[quote=ebrahimakooji]It's comming up at £19.69[/quote and me

pink_bunny_6132

£19.69 for me too...


Not for me ????

Good price. Leyland is good stuff and equiv dulux is over £20.

just bought 11 buckets earlier after returning the No Nonsense paint that they sell (which was £14.99 for 10 litres but you get less coverage and this leyland stuff is better quality from what im told).

palli

Good price. Leyland is good stuff and equiv dulux is over £20.



Dulux equivalent is glidden trade contract matt. Less than £20 for 10 litres. Great stuff. Not tried leyland as I get most of my paint from dulux trade centre.

Original Poster

I've since found out by accident that their mobile site doesn't update with the latest price offers, same as they don't update the in store catalogues. Thus this is probably where some people are getting a higher price displayed.

Excellent paint... definitely available at the lower price at the moment.

Can be watered down to seal plaster... Covers exceptionally well.

crabby

This is good stuff at a great price. Will be getting some more.

I have just finished redecorating my flat and started with Dulux which was awful watery rubbish, moved on to Crown which was better before i ran out and finished with Leyland brilliant white which was easily the best of the 3. Excellent coverage. Wish I'd done the whole place in it to be honest

I don't like leyland paint. I used it for the whole house before realising that it's not very durable it gets scuff marks on it very easily. I prefer wickes paint, its easy to apply and more durable. Hope this may help somebody

pookey1

I don't like leyland paint. I used it for the whole house before … I don't like leyland paint. I used it for the whole house before realising that it's not very durable it gets scuff marks on it very easily. I prefer wickes paint, its easy to apply and more durable. Hope this may help somebody



It isn't the most durable paint... We usually paint with this until the walls are pristine then do a single coat of kitchen/bathroom/living room paint.

crabby

crabby09

It isn't the most durable paint... We usually paint with this until the … It isn't the most durable paint... We usually paint with this until the walls are pristine then do a single coat of kitchen/bathroom/living room paint.crabby



Are you a decorator by trade?

B+Q have a deal on for 10L brilliant white/magnolia matt/silk for 13.94, Dulux, or 2 for 25 quid. Good enough for a base layer, took two coats to obliterate a purple wall ready for a top coat of finishing paint.

Not a decorator by trade by painted a few houses

*Sorry but

come on people its contact matt!! you can wipe it off the wall with a sponge its used on new houses to paint them as cheaply as possible anyone with children should avoid

lordzaz

B+Q have a deal on for 10L brilliant white/magnolia matt/silk for 13.94, … B+Q have a deal on for 10L brilliant white/magnolia matt/silk for 13.94, Dulux, or 2 for 25 quid. Good enough for a base layer, took two coats to obliterate a purple wall ready for a top coat of finishing paint.



Is this available online or just in store?

Looks like you meant Crown? diy.com/nav…464

The leyland trade centres were doing the huge 20l drums for £19 when I was in the other week.

lotty65

come on people its contact matt!! you can wipe it off the wall with a … come on people its contact matt!! you can wipe it off the wall with a sponge its used on new houses to paint them as cheaply as possible anyone with children should avoid



wish i saw this a few years ago -would have saved me a lot of hassle.
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