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Sandtex Masonry Paint, 5L all colours in smooth and textured £17 a pot at B&Q
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Found 12th Aug 2017Found 12th Aug 2017
Tend to only see this price on the white smooth - so good to see it on every shade. Get ready for a bank holiday weekend of painting! In-store, my local had lots available.

koooowweeee16 h, 49 m ago

Rubbish paint. Only worth £5


Rubbish reply ,complaints about quality are generally about poor prep,if you put any paint on poor surface guess what!
Personally go for the 10 litres on Screwfix better value for £24.99 and colours for £28.79 you always need more than expected and have some left for touching up(ooh missus)... screwfix.com/c/d…int
Edited by: "morrig" 13th Aug 2017

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Great deal   Thanks OP 👌

Misslovely21 m ago

I put this over my red paint on my house. Apparently its made my bedrooms …I put this over my red paint on my house. Apparently its made my bedrooms smell of damp! All bedroom external walls got mold so i had to make a new wall and put a damp proof sheet between. Are you supposed to use damp paint before this or what???



It's never a good idea to paint the external walls of a house.
Brick is designed to absorb water and then dry out again, by covering it with impermeable paint any absorbed water can't easily dry out, and can lead to damp.
Mold is often a result of condensation, and that's best prevented by increasing ventilation in that area.

You can panel it out with plasterboard with insulation behind it, that will help with surface condensation, although you'd need a small air gap behind all this to reduce condensation on the covered brickwork.

Avoid injectable damp proof chemicals, it's all a BS scam

I put this over my red paint on my house. Apparently its made my bedrooms smell of damp! All bedroom external walls got mold so i had to make a new wall and put a damp proof sheet between.


Are you supposed to use damp paint before this or what???

£14.49 at screwfix
SANDTEX MAGNOLIA CREAM MATT MASONRY PAINT 150ML TESTER POT £2.00 @ B&Q
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Found 18th Apr 2017Found 18th Apr 2017
you save £0.98!

all colours are on this offer. bought 4 different ones the other day.

Just the perfect size! Saves me buying a large tin for the bit that was missed last summer!! Thank you. X)

Whats the coverage for this paint. will it do a large lighthouse? as advertisited on tin?
Sandtex masonry paint 10litres smooth or textured £24.99 @ Screwfix c&c only
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Found 11th Apr 2016Found 11th Apr 2016
Email from Screwfix so this maybe of use to someone as this stuff usually sells about £20/5litres so if you have white walls to paint externally then this maybe for you.

Perfect thanks guys for the responses!

Immensity

Any ideas of the pros / cons of the smooth v textured finish?



There are two main types of masonry paint to choose from. If specified and applied correctly, both will last up to 15 years. If you’re painting a large surface area, then a ‘Smooth’ version is likely to be your best option. As the name suggests, it will have a smooth, creamy consistency that makes it quick and easy to apply.

The alternative is ‘Fine Textured’ masonry paint, which is great when extra durability is required for areas that are exposed to harsh elements. Its formulation is also ideal for covering fine cracks in existing surfaces.

Mark Bannister, Technical Consultant at Sandtex
self-build.co.uk/how…int
Edited by: "koosh" 12th Apr 2016

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Immensity

Any ideas of the pros / cons of the smooth v textured finish?



I would assume textured would wear your brush quicker having a certain content of aggregate within it and you will not be able to use it in a spray gun either.

PS: If you wanted more texture/aggregate within the paint then silicone sand is what I would recommend.
Edited by: "Hoppie" 12th Apr 2016

Immensity

Any ideas of the pros / cons of the smooth v textured finish?


Textured catches all the dirt etc

Any ideas of the pros / cons of the smooth v textured finish?
Sandtex Ultra Smooth Masonry Paint Pure Brilliant White 7.5Ltr - £5 @ B&Q
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Found 25th Aug 2015Found 25th Aug 2015
Sandtex Ultra Smooth Masonry Paint Pure Brilliant White 7.5Ltr in the clearance at B&Q Dearne Valley. Was £15 now £5 Half a pallet left when i picked mine up this afternoon. … Read more

paid £7.50 at my local b&q still a bargain , paid £24.99 for 10l at screwfix luckily one unopened so can return for refund.

What is the 13 digit product code for the 7.5 Ltr tub?

I got this stuff from screw fix last year, every exterior thing i painted has now gone yellow...
Been on for about 10 months.

Does anyone know if this offer is in Lincoln please?

really good stuff used on exterior walls about 10 years ago still looks good
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20% off Sandtex Masonry Paint at Screwfix. Online & In-Store (Min Spend £25 for Free Delivery)
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Found 25th Jun 2015Found 25th Jun 2015
Screwfix are currently offering 20% off their stock of Sandtex Masonry paint. The price I have entered is for 10 litres of Brilliant White as that is what I need but they have othe… Read more

Original Poster

Excellent

still on!

Original Poster

Still active as of today (6th July) so maybe it's been extended?

Good price. Thanks op.

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daryl8177

Offer ends 5th July order online and collect in store 5 mins later


Thanks for the end date daryl
Sandtex masonry paint Suffolk 5L £5.99 @ JTF
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Found 23rd Jul 2014Found 23rd Jul 2014
Bargain if you live in a part of the country where this is the norm. :) In their 'Stock Clearance' brochure that came today.
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Original Poster

Speaking as a Northerner, Terracotta houses only look daft in the North cos everyone there sticks to whites and creams. Anywhere else there seems to be plenty this colour.

At easter B & Q had lots of colours for £6.99 and I am the proud owner of 16 tins of light cream.....I have given heat coz this is a real bargain and not to be ridiculed.

icemanste

is that pink ha

no its clearly not pink. looks like terracotta to me.

Original Poster

sandrabear

16.99 in brochure on pg 15



No that's the 7.5L Brilliant White/Magnolia
Sandtex Pure Brilliant White - Smooth Masonry Paint - 7.5L - £14.93 @ Homebase
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Found 9th Apr 2014Found 9th Apr 2014
Now considering B&Q have just brought the price of 10 litres down from £40 down to £35 I thought that this is a cracking deal for 7.5 litres! I hope that someone gets nice whit… Read more

Stock near me.Heat.

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Captain Banana

Hmm .. good price but no stock within 60 miles of me so cold I'm afraid.

it's ok. Don't be afraid. oO


There's stock in the Hatfield store for me.
Edited by: "Gobbie" 9th Apr 2014

Hmm .. good price but no stock within 60 miles of me so cold I'm afraid.
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