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NO NONSENSE TRADE MASONRY PAINT MAGNOLIA 10LTR
£14.99 was £24.99, gets good reviews. Just bought one.
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Hmm, Dulux gives a 15yrs guarantee, is it worth just paying the 2x for the saving of hassle?
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 29th Feb
So if you buy Dulux and after 8 years you're not happy, what do you do ? I'd bet this guarantee has never been claimed on.

I used the grey variant of this range about 2 years ago in my kitchen and it has been superb.
I don't know what the quality is with this one. I bought 2 x 5L masonry paint last year from Aldi when they had reduced it down to £5 each.That had good coverage and worked out at £10 for 10L colour was nice aswell country cottage ( cream )
Inquisitor29/02/2020 10:53

Hmm, Dulux gives a 15yrs guarantee, is it worth just paying the 2x for the …Hmm, Dulux gives a 15yrs guarantee, is it worth just paying the 2x for the saving of hassle?


I have used Dulux, Weathershield , Sandtex ect , No way will you get 15 years from any of them.
Dennis.Bell29/02/2020 10:57

So if you buy Dulux and after 8 years you're not happy, what do you do ? …So if you buy Dulux and after 8 years you're not happy, what do you do ? I'd bet this guarantee has never been claimed on. I used the grey variant of this range about 2 years ago in my kitchen and it has been superb.


Wow. You have a kitchen outside...?
shug11929/02/2020 11:02

I have used Dulux, Weathershield , Sandtex ect , No way will you get 15 …I have used Dulux, Weathershield , Sandtex ect , No way will you get 15 years from any of them.


I haven't had that many houses for that long to make that comment, but my point perhaps is more of- if it lasts say 2yrs longer than rivals its worth that 2x in cost of doing it?

Does the rival versions need primer? I know I used Sandtex before and it's peeling after few years (albeit, we're near the sea).

Edit: I'm all for cheap paint don't get me wrong, especially indoors where it only takes day or two to change colour etc but outdoors; on the ladders, dry days (not get much of those), big long heavy poles etc.. Much less fun.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 29th Feb
Inquisitor29/02/2020 11:09

I haven't had that many houses for that long to make that comment, but my …I haven't had that many houses for that long to make that comment, but my point perhaps is more of- if it lasts say 2yrs longer than rivals its worth that 2x in cost of doing it? Does the rival versions need primer? I know I used Sandtex before and it's peeling after few years (albeit, we're near the sea).Edit: I'm all for cheap paint don't get me wrong, especially indoors where it only takes day or two to change colour etc but outdoors; on the ladders, dry days (not get much of those), big long heavy poles etc.. Much less fun.


I agree. I used cheap masonry paint I bought from Lidl on my garden wall last year & it’s already peeled. I’ve had to remove the rest of the peeling paint & in the spring I’m going to apply Zinsser Peel Stop primer & a couple of coats of Dulux Weathershield textured (bought from a B&Q deal from here - £2 for 5L). Hopefully it’ll last longer than the Lidl stuff (a year or 2 at least). When it comes to exterior paint I think (I hope) it pays to buy quality.
Good paint and goes on well, i painted my neighbour's house with it.
Inquisitor29/02/2020 10:53

Hmm, Dulux gives a 15yrs guarantee, is it worth just paying the 2x for the …Hmm, Dulux gives a 15yrs guarantee, is it worth just paying the 2x for the saving of hassle?


How useful was Dulux's guarantee when all that white paint was yellowing a few years ago? Not very. So I don't waste my time with Dulux any more. Hope it was worth it, Dulux...
Oos everywhere.....
Great for fresh plaster paint
mincednerd29/02/2020 11:04

Wow. You have a kitchen outside...?


No. It's a old farmhouse and the walls are stone. Why wouldn't I use a masonry paint indoors. It's just paint.
Edited by: "Dennis.Bell" 29th Feb
Dennis.Bell29/02/2020 18:16

No. It's a old farmhouse and the walls are stone. Why wouldn't I use a …No. It's a old farmhouse and the walls are stone. Why wouldn't I use a masonry paint indoors. It's just paint.


Exterior paint has fumes leakage as paint ages. I think interior paint they don't use the same chemicals (or less?) so its safe to use. I've only did a quick read up on differences so best to make your own opinions after some reading.
mtcleaning83_.29/02/2020 12:05

Good paint and goes on well, i painted my neighbour's house with it.


what .. u just painted your neighbour's house ..hope they asked you first 😁
drake3129/02/2020 19:50

what .. u just painted your neighbour's house ..hope they asked you first …what .. u just painted your neighbour's house ..hope they asked you first 😁


Nope, they hadn't painted their new render and id painted mine grey but looked poor next to an unfinished job so bought the paint and painted it, still not said thanks. Lol
shug11901/03/2020 18:02

Nope


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Pretty conclusive!!!
wilf123401/03/2020 18:05

Not available to Click & CollectNot available for deliveryPretty …Not available to Click & CollectNot available for deliveryPretty conclusive!!!


York - James Street (1.5 miles, 9 mins by car) View store details1 x available to Collect Today
Manchester - Ancoats (1.5 miles, 11 mins by car) View store details2 x available to Collect Today
Trafford Park (4.6 miles, 19 mins by car) View store details4 x available to Collect Today
Chorlton (3.9 miles, 19 mins by car) View store details1 x available to Collect Toda
Kensington (3.7 miles, 21 mins by car) View store details1 x available to Collect Today
Glasgow - Parkhead (2.9 miles, 15 mins by car) View store details1 x available to Collect Tod
Plenty about,
Pretty conclusive!!!
shug11901/03/2020 19:22

York - James Street (1.5 miles, 9 mins by car) View store details1 x …York - James Street (1.5 miles, 9 mins by car) View store details1 x available to Collect TodayManchester - Ancoats (1.5 miles, 11 mins by car) View store details2 x available to Collect TodayTrafford Park (4.6 miles, 19 mins by car) View store details4 x available to Collect TodayChorlton (3.9 miles, 19 mins by car) View store details1 x available to Collect TodaKensington (3.7 miles, 21 mins by car) View store details1 x available to Collect TodayGlasgow - Parkhead (2.9 miles, 15 mins by car) View store details1 x available to Collect TodPlenty about, Pretty conclusive!!!


My app still saying OOS.
(screwfix stock checking has never covered itself in glory in the past for me! Several wild goose chases..... )
wilf123401/03/2020 19:26

My app still saying OOS. (screwfix stock checking has never covered itself …My app still saying OOS. (screwfix stock checking has never covered itself in glory in the past for me! Several wild goose chases..... )


Just your luck I suppose, I have always got my orders from them. Screwfix Online shows plenty of stock. Wickes also have a own brand masonry paint for £7 for 10 lt. Don't know how good it is.
Dennis.Bell29/02/2020 18:16

No. It's a old farmhouse and the walls are stone. Why wouldn't I use a …No. It's a old farmhouse and the walls are stone. Why wouldn't I use a masonry paint indoors. It's just paint.



If you have a single layer wall (ie: no cavity), you'll be better off with a breathable lime-based or maybe clay-based paint, and a lime wash or silicate-based paint externally, it can cause damp issues if you use the wrong paint on old properties.
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