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Parkside Anti-Rust 3-in-1 Metal Protection Paint - 1 Litre £4.99 instore @ Lidl Woodgrange Park and Hadleigh
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Parkside Anti-Rust 3-in-1 Metal Protection Paint - 1 Litre £4.99 instore @ Lidl Woodgrange Park and Hadleigh

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Posted 1st JunAvailable: London

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Looks likes Lidl's version of Hammerite Direct to Rust metal paint which is around £16.99 for 750ml. This is £4.99/litre so about a quarter of the price!

Worth a try based on previous quality of other Lidl DIY gear I have purchased.

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Hmm l have tried these cheap hammerite copies before both aldi and Lidl.
Yes they cheap at a fiver but not very good,very sticky to apply, almost like toffee..
The best metal paint is Rustolum. Broadly similar price to hammerite but it goes 2x hence far far easier to apply.
Hammerite trades on its name as it is white spirit based now , never used to be.
Johnsones decor centres can mix ANY colour into their own metal paint . Handy option too.
Painter and decorator 25 yr
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What colour is it
wakkaday01/06/2020 21:03

What colour is it


There were a few colours i think, their were definately white and black, i bought so white.
I saw black white and silver/gray. There may be others but I was focused on finding black so didn't pay much attention the other colours.
i need some paint that is heat resistant, anyone got any ideas which might be suitable? got a wood burner and some of paint slightly flaking so wanted to put some suitable paint on.
Perhaps look for radiator paint.
EN1GMA01/06/2020 22:03

i need some paint that is heat resistant, anyone got any ideas which might …i need some paint that is heat resistant, anyone got any ideas which might be suitable? got a wood burner and some of paint slightly flaking so wanted to put some suitable paint on.


Google...heat resistant paint...

Couldn't help myself - here's an example if just touching up

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EN1GMA01/06/2020 22:03

i need some paint that is heat resistant, anyone got any ideas which might …i need some paint that is heat resistant, anyone got any ideas which might be suitable? got a wood burner and some of paint slightly flaking so wanted to put some suitable paint on.


Stove Paint.
It's OK, painted a gate with it last week.... Very sticky paint to apply in the warm weather, although dry it still seems a bit soft after a week... Not bad but not as good as smoothrite, they had an aerosol version a while back, its much easier to apply and seems to harden better.
BattleBeast101/06/2020 22:35

It's OK, painted a gate with it last week.... Very sticky paint to apply …It's OK, painted a gate with it last week.... Very sticky paint to apply in the warm weather, although dry it still seems a bit soft after a week... Not bad but not as good as smoothrite, they had an aerosol version a while back, its much easier to apply and seems to harden better.


Thanks for the info. Is this the aerosol version you are referring to?

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Hmm l have tried these cheap hammerite copies before both aldi and Lidl.
Yes they cheap at a fiver but not very good,very sticky to apply, almost like toffee..
The best metal paint is Rustolum. Broadly similar price to hammerite but it goes 2x hence far far easier to apply.
Hammerite trades on its name as it is white spirit based now , never used to be.
Johnsones decor centres can mix ANY colour into their own metal paint . Handy option too.
Painter and decorator 25 yr
smokedsausage01/06/2020 22:44

Hmm l have tried these cheap hammerite copies before both aldi and Lidl. …Hmm l have tried these cheap hammerite copies before both aldi and Lidl. Yes they cheap at a fiver but not very good,very sticky to apply, almost like toffee..The best metal paint is Rustolum. Broadly similar price to hammerite but it goes 2x hence far far easier to apply. Hammerite trades on its name as it is white spirit based now , never used to be. Johnsones decor centres can mix ANY colour into their own metal paint . Handy option too. Painter and decorator 25 yr


Hi and thanks for the info. In your experience are any of them suitable for spraying? Is the Johnsons one better than this one? Thanks
My son's basketball stand is looking a bit tatty and I was thinking of removing the flaking paint on the post and repainting it. Is this the sort of paint that I would need to use - would it need an undercoat? Thank you.
tygar201/06/2020 22:41

Thanks for the info. Is this the aerosol version you are referring …Thanks for the info. Is this the aerosol version you are referring to?https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/p/product-recommendation/parkside-coloured-lacquer/p32200


No....they don't have it at the moment, it's one of those things you need to keep an eye out for the way they do their weekly offers....it was a 400ml metal primer/colour/laquer all in one, definitely better in the aerosol can... The Baufix stuff
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Sophiasky01/06/2020 22:55

My son's basketball stand is looking a bit tatty and I was thinking of …My son's basketball stand is looking a bit tatty and I was thinking of removing the flaking paint on the post and repainting it. Is this the sort of paint that I would need to use - would it need an undercoat? Thank you.


That and the likes of smoothrite and hammerite are an all in one, no need for primer except on aluminium....you could also go down the car paint route if you fancied spraying, rub it down, a couple of coats of primer and a couple of coats of satin or gloss black,don't forget a mask and safety specs if spraying.
BattleBeast101/06/2020 23:22

No....they don't have it at the moment, it's one of those things you need …No....they don't have it at the moment, it's one of those things you need to keep an eye out for the way they do their weekly offers....it was a 400ml metal primer/colour/laquer all in one, definitely better in the aerosol can... The Baufix stuff[Image]


I can confirm these aerosol cans are excellent. I have recently sprayed our railings with the glossy black version and it’s gives a great smooth finish and has good coverage. What made the job 10 x easier was an aerosol can trigger (bought for £6 from Halfords) - it allows for much smoother spray application and avoids ‘aerosol finger’ if you have a lot to do.
richie147uk01/06/2020 23:32

I can confirm these aerosol cans are excellent. I have recently sprayed …I can confirm these aerosol cans are excellent. I have recently sprayed our railings with the glossy black version and it’s gives a great smooth finish and has good coverage. What made the job 10 x easier was an aerosol can trigger (bought for £6 from Halfords) - it allows for much smoother spray application and avoids ‘aerosol finger’ if you have a lot to do.


I sprayed a large gate that turned out great, I also sprayed all the suspension arms, wishbones and disc covers etc on my 4X4 over a year ago and it's still good, seems to harden much better than the brush on stuff.
EN1GMA01/06/2020 22:03

i need some paint that is heat resistant, anyone got any ideas which might …i need some paint that is heat resistant, anyone got any ideas which might be suitable? got a wood burner and some of paint slightly flaking so wanted to put some suitable paint on.


Be careful what you get, some heat resistant paints spray in a powder coat form and bakes on with the heat.... It stinks for ages, wouldn't recommend it for in a house.
If it's black you need,gloss or satin "PJ1 Fast Black" is used by alot of bikers for exhausts and engines, its more like conventional spray paint and its very good and easy to work with....£10 a can but its great stuff... Most motorcycle spares shops would stock it. 40945554-HxxMe.jpg
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 1st Jun
tygar201/06/2020 22:49

Hi and thanks for the info. In your experience are any of them suitable …Hi and thanks for the info. In your experience are any of them suitable for spraying? Is the Johnsons one better than this one? Thanks


The Rustolum one by far is the easiest to apply , excellent brand too. It goes around twice as far rest . I think a wide choice colours online or local decorator store.
The Johnsones one is ok but Rustolum every time.
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