Wilko have 2.5ltr of Dulux non drip gloss for £18.00 - Free c&c
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Wilko have 2.5ltr of Dulux non drip gloss for £18.00 - Free c&c

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Found 10th Dec 2017
£18.00 for 2.5 ltr of Dulux non drip gloss at Wilkosit's £13/£14 for 750ml at a lot of other places.
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B&M same price if you don’t have Wilko beside you
Edited by: "love.my.boots" 10th Dec 2017
How is this a good price:/
It’s cheaper on amazon.

amazon.co.uk/Dul…oss

Was just about to click and collect but will use prime instead.
Does anyone know if the non drip or normal one is better? I would assume non drip is but sure someone will tell me different
20151 h, 7 m ago

It’s cheaper on amazon. h …It’s cheaper on amazon. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dulux-Non-Drip-Gloss-Paint/dp/B003WD0ZO8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1512908882&sr=8-1&keywords=non-drip+glossWas just about to click and collect but will use prime instead.


It’s only cheaper if you have prime
20151 h, 23 m ago

Does anyone know if the non drip or normal one is better? I would assume …Does anyone know if the non drip or normal one is better? I would assume non drip is but sure someone will tell me different



Non drip is more forgiving in that its thicker and the blinking obvious in less likely to drip, but personally always bought normal , if careful a higher gloss can be achieved.
But having used the new water based gloss with its much quicker drying times and a good gloss with no yellowing after 18 months, am not going back to spirit based.
Not bad price but the best water based gloss I've found is Johnstone's aqua, it goes on like oil based gloss and looks almost as good, not lumpy like some (Crown I'm looking at you)
Edited by: "spannerzone" 10th Dec 2017
morrig53 m ago

Non drip is more forgiving in that its thicker and the blinking obvious in …Non drip is more forgiving in that its thicker and the blinking obvious in less likely to drip, but personally always bought normal , if careful a higher gloss can be achieved.But having used the new water based gloss with its much quicker drying times and a good gloss with no yellowing after 18 months, am not going back to spirit based.





I’m having to re do all the gloss as it’s yellowed extremely badly in 2 years. Seems it’s yellowed worse where natural light hasn’t got to it.
should be renamed smokers yellow instead of brilliant white.
I use johnstones eggshell,White instead of gloss. Dosen’t go yellow or smell, quicker drying time too.
20156 h, 59 m ago

I’m having to re do all the gloss as it’s yellowed extremely badly in 2 yea …I’m having to re do all the gloss as it’s yellowed extremely badly in 2 years. Seems it’s yellowed worse where natural light hasn’t got to it.


That’s the problem with oil based white paint now, if your going to use white gloss or satinfor any woodwork your better off using water based paint, a really good one is made by Bedec, top quality paint much better then Dulux.
Wilko's own brilliant white would be better, longer lasting and cheaper.
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