Masonary Paint and PVA


    Looking at painting the front of the house (again). Before i have done it from a ladder but i will be getting scaffolding put up this time so i can do a better job. My question is once all the loose paint has been removed and cracks filled etc is it worth giving the bays a coat of PVA/water mix to seal them before i apply the paint and can anyone recommend a good paint (beige colour). I have seen some houses around which appear to have a gloss style masonary paint. Has anyone used this before?



    Banned want the paint to sink in and Bond into the wall, not create a barrier for it to sit on top of.
    Edited by: "slamdunkin" 3rd May 2011

    remember B&Q are doing 3 for 2 on ALL paints at the moment


    5L Masonry Paint White/Magnolia
    £6. 99 each *

    (5 litres, £1.40 per litre)

    Quality emulsion paint for exterior masonry, rendering, pebble dash, concrete and brickwork.

    * Contains fungicide to inhibit mould growth
    * Durable, smooth and dirt resistant finish
    * Available in: White or Magnolia

    Original Poster

    Thanks for the replys......will have a look over the weekend
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