Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt

Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt

Formulation

Water-based

Pack sizes

1L, 2.5L, 5L, 10L

Colour range

Absolute White, the Light & Space colour range and more than 12000 colours

A top quality, high opacity emulsion that gives excellent coverage and application. Up to 17m² per litre on sealed surfaces.

Application information

Coverage
17m² per litre
Touch dry
Dependent on temperature and humidity.
Recoatable
2-4 hours
Thinning:
For sealing new or bare surfaces, 1 part clean water to 5 parts paint. For normal use: thinning should not normally exceed 1 part clean water to 10 parts paint.

Key benefits

  • Greater pigment to give solid coverage.
  • Excellent finish.

System information

Ideal for use on woodchip, blown vinyl wallcoverings etc, as well as dry plaster and a range of building boards.

To get the best results from Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt, make sure the surfaces to be painted are sound, clean and dry.

Seal new or bare surfaces with a thinned first coat of Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt. (Up to 1 part clean water to 5 parts paint). The normal finish process is 2 full coats of Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt on previously painted surfaces in good condition. Where similar colours are used 1 coat may be sufficient.

After use, remove as much paint as possible from brushes before cleaning with clean water.

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