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Dulux is the UK's number one paint brand. Trusted by professional designers, interior decorators and millions of home owners all over the country, Dulux provides a huge array of colours and types of paint, allowing anyone to create the home interior of their dreams. Anyone who wants to give their home a makeover can find the cheapest Dulux paint offers at hotukdeals. Read more
Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt 7.5 Litres £27.59 delivered @ Dulux Shop
Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
7.5 litres of Magnolia or Pure Brilliant White at Dulux Decorator Centre (In-store & Online) with 23.44% discount. Delivery is free over £24 incl VAT I believe or free collect… Read more

If that's a serious question you probably need to pay someone to do it for you and ask the landlord for permission. May be start by buying a tape measure.


There appears to be lots of contradiction here - similar to the misuse of PVA. If you watch the Leyland video, at around 7 mins & 20 seconds he claims that the contact Matt (good for fresh plastering) is a Vinyl based product. Is the expert wrong? If you watch till the end, he actually thinks that using the hardwearing waterproof acrylic watered down is the best for dry new plaster. Acrylic is similar to vinyl with even more non breathable plastic!


Can I ask why this is called vinyl Matt? Is it the same as standard Matt emulsion paint?


Didnt see it was white or maggy only!


Good price for a quality paint. I tend to get the armstead durable mixed for most of my customers these days as its the best paint for the price. But if youre not bothered about a scrubbable paint this looks like the best option out there for vfm

Dulux Weathershield (Most Colours) 5L - £30 each / 2 for £40 at Homebase
Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
Cheapest around at the moment as most prices are around £30 a tin.



Is this for outside of the house external walls?


I agree... Problem is a lot more people buy paint in the sheds than they do in paint shops... You can buy Dulux/Crown 'trade' their also..... and I wudn't. It's not the same quality


If you go to a dulux/crown/johnstones store, then trade paint will be trade paint


I'm using Johnstone stabiliser with mine £22 for 5L as evidently Jewson haven't done their own stabiliser for years.

Dulux Easycare - Washable & Tough, Bathroom, and Kitchen ranges - 2.5L tubs for £18 click & collect @ Wickes
26/05/2021Expires on 26/05/2021Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Best price out there at the moment for the Dulux Easycare ranges, including Washable & Tough, Bathroom, and Kitchen. A 2.5L tub for £18 each with free click & collect at Wi… Read more

Great to know, thanks !


It does wash off a treat but usually it's only cat food stains(gravy) from their bowl and muddy marks left by the cats now. My kids are grown up but we have had that problem as well in the past and it cleaned off fine.


I am intending to repaint my house with this type of paint as wherever my kids leave a handprint there are marks all over the place. Can I ask your experience please whether this washable paint works please and what kind of stains you have removed?


Sounds like it will take forever. ;)



Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt Pure Brilliant White Paint 7.5L £24 (free collection) @ Travis Perkins
Posted 12th AprPosted 12th Apr
A top quality high opacity emulsion based on unique AkzoNobel technology which gives excellent coverage and application as well as a durable finish which lasts everyday living. E… Read more

Thanks OP! Saved me a ton (y)


Any chance of putting ‘paint’ in the title for future search purposes. Thanks.



Really good product, I purchased from Dulux Decorator centre when it was on offer 7.5L for £27.59. Heat for the price. Got some more rooms to do will purchase more.


I’ve used this for ceilings and the magnolia for walls throughout and it’s great. I tend to add some water as it’s that thick compared to non trade, thoroughly recommend. You can generally rub marks off, and it doesn’t have a shine like some specific bathroom and kitchen paints can have

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Dulux Weathershield Sandstone Smooth Masonry Paint 5L £23 delivered @ Wilko
Posted 10th AprPosted 10th Apr
Weathersheild masonry paint 5ltr

Great for those wanting this color. For anyone wanting generic white/gray dulux trade centres have 7.5l/10l paint for £24/£28


Sorry ignore my last post as I didn't realise the price included delivery


Hi guys the price off the paint is £18 not £23 as you have put (y) (y)


Seems good value

Dulux trade weathershield smooth masonry paint £22.20 at Travis Perkins
Posted 9th AprPosted 9th Apr
Dulux trade masonry paint 7.5l pure brilliant white or Magnolia. Just bought PBW. Depends on your local store stock. I don’t have expert knowledge on exterior paints but after rea… Read more

Oh ok, wow didn't realize it would take twice the amount. Thanks for the info! Will stick with smooth. Do you think my assumption about the rendering was correct then? And the smooth will work fine on it?


Textured take 2 x as many tins. Its got a fine sand in it. Horrible stuff to apply.. Stay well clear textured paint.


If you do go down roughcast route. What about a self coloured smooth k rend finish. Modern and not need painted.


Thanks for the tips. Overspray is my biggest concern with spraying it. My neighbour got someone in to spray there's and they done it on very windy days and it covered our house/windows. I would have the luxury of chosing to do it on the calmest of days so that's one thing at least. I would get my neighbours to move all their vehicles etc where possible. I would attempt it with roller and brush but the thought is simply painful, it would take an eternity. Fine for one full size wall maybe but an entire house. My old man sprayed the back of his house and had no issues at all so that's kind of why I am contemplating it. If I don't do it I might just get it rough casted and be done with it but I do like to tackle all jobs myself where ever I can.


Anyone know the true difference between smooth and textured? Might be a silly question, but I need some to paint over the rendering I have on the front of my house and not sure which to buy. I've sort of assumed it doesn't matter as the texture will come from the rendering?