Interior & Exterior Decorating Paint
We have a great collection of interior and exterior decorating paint here which will take care of many a DIY project, as well as professional jobs. There are all sorts of paints available, from the commonly used to the specialist. From blackboard chalk paint to interior emulsion paint, all your indoors needs will be taken care of. On top of that, our exterior paint collection includes outdoor masonry paint, exterior metal paint, and much more. As well as the wide selection of paints, you will also be able to pick up paint brushes and paint rollers so you are all set.
Dulux Colour Mixing
Dulux is always a reliable name for all kinds of interior decorating paint needs. Our Dulux paint mixing service gives you the opportunity to devise the ideal paint for your needs. You can choose the correct colour, function and finish for the job. For interiors, our range of Dulux paints includes paints from their kitchen and bathroom collection. You will be able to pick up high gloss colours as well as flat matt colours, so that you can decorate your rooms in just the way you want. In terms of sizes, we have made sure to include 5 litre pots all the way down to Dulux colour mixing lab tester pots. These smaller pots are to be used with the Dulux tinting system.
Indoor Wood Paint
The selection of interior wood paint includes a variety of finishes, including liquid gloss, high gloss, standard gloss, as well as eggshell and satinwood paint. Life will be made easier by these paints which are quick dry and non drip, all making for a quick, easy and professional looking job. Many of these wood paints can also be used on metal, meaning that one pot might well take care of a couple of jobs around the home.
Interior Emulsion Paint
Because of the vinyl or acrylic resins which are added to interior emulsion paints, these are hardwearing, with the level of sheen generally indicating the toughness of the paint. We have emulsion paints in stock from Dulux's normal range, as well as their trade range. Trade emulsion paint can also be found from Macpherson and Armstead. These paints come in large volumes, with some pots containing 10 litres. These emulsion paints for indoors will give you long lasting coverage for walls and ceilings which will resist yellowing over time.
We have indoor and outdoor masonry paint available in our collections. This type of paint is great for exterior walls, but you can also use indoor masonry paint on concrete or other stone features in the interior of your home. The masonry paint we have for exteriors is all weather repellant, with some giving you up to 15 years of fade-free colour. The masonry paint in our collection is also quick dry. Some of the masonry paint in fact will be dry within around 30 mins and ready for a recoat in around 4 hours.
Our range of metal paint options will be perfect for if you have been looking to repaint any outdoor gates. Fast drying, some of the paints in this collection will be touch dry within an hour. They are also thick and durable, creating a strong barrier which will keep your gates protected from the effects of rust by not allowing moisture to penetrate the paint layer. As an added time saver, some of the coats available are also primers, undercoats and rust repelling paints all in one!
We would highly recommend you checking out our selection of specialist paints. Some of these paints might be key to your decorations, such as heat resistant paints for either your barbecue or your radiator. The range also includes some top quality blackboard paint which can be used indoors and outdoors. These paints offer you a non reflective matt black finish which can be used as a blackboard, whilst it will also be useful for any photographers.
There is a variety of colours available in our spray paint collection - from gloss white to black, via reds, greens, blues and golds. These sprays all give a fast drying finish which is durable enough to last well when up against the weathering potential of everyday life. Spray paints always come in handy for a little bit of restoration and refreshing work, whether for bikes, gates, door frames or many other things which might have suffered scratches or fading.
If you are going to use spray paint, then you will also want to make sure that you have some spray primer to hand. This is used before your main spray paint is applied in order to smoothen out any blemishes, as well as ensure that the true colour of the spray paint comes through when it is applied. Additionally, it means that the spray paint has a higher level of adhesion, and that the risk of corrosion is decreased.
Undercoat & Primer
Undercoats and primers are also important for your normal liquid paints. Undercoats will create a neutral base for you to paint on. The undercoat will cover your imperfections. Simply paint it on and scrape off the excess by lightly sanding down, and you will then be good to go with your first outer coat of paint. Primers are also available, and these will be similarly useful for creating a level, neutral base to paint on. Consider using a primer instead of an undercoat particularly if you are changing colours from dark to light.