Fleetwood Advanced primer/undercoat and Fleetwood Advanced satinwood/gloss are fast drying water based paints for woodwork and metal. For interior and exterior use. Fleetwood Advanced is a hybrid combination of alkyd and acrylic emulsion.
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For a start there are a lot of excellent paints on the market so to find out what’s the best paint for you we need to know what exactly you want to paint.
Farrow & ball paint for wood work has a strong and durable finish and there are 3 types of finish to choose from, dead flat, eggshell or full gloss. Farrow and ball paint comes in 132 different colours.
The best way to paint cornice is to spray paint it. You might think it’s a lot of work but it’s worth it. The alternative is to paint it by hand. Painting a detailed cornice by hand is very time consuming and even then it doesn’t always look its best.
This is a quick review of Dulux Diamond Satinwood.
This is a quick guide on how to paint a panel door and frame. It’s fairly straight forward. For this example I am using a water based primer
This is a guide on how to paint wood. How to paint wood? It’s a straight forward question with a few different answers. It depends on the type of wood and where it is, for example wood on the outside of your home will be painted a little differently than wood on the inside of your home, with different paints.
Finding the right painter for your home can be difficult if you don’t already know one. Theres lots of ways to find a painter but which is the best way to find the right painter for your home?
You have decided on a hand painted kitchen and want to know where to start? One option is to get an experienced painter or do it yourself!
Dulux recently invited me to try out some of their new formula Dulux STAY WHITE Aquatech, water based paints with a stay white guarantee. Fair enough I thought, I’ll try it and see what happens.
There are lots of options really. The old fashioned way is to get some bleach and add about 3 parts water, and then use it to soak the mouldy area. You then leave the bleach to do its stuff for about half an hour before returning and wiping the mould away. This works better if you can leave the bleach on for longer because it does need to work its way into the mould in order to kill it off. You can use this method to kill mould, it still works.