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AdvantagesThe price per litre

DisadvantagesNothing major

...mentioned in an earlier review, I wouldn?t visit a DIY store by choice. However, we took a trip to the local B&Q to look for some emulsion paint for the hall and stairs. I favour Dulux and Crown paint, hubby likes Johnstone?s. We have bought Wilko?s paint in the past and the coloured emulsion is pretty good. Not too keen on Wilko?s white emulsion though, because the thin white liquid is difficult to apply...

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“Paint and Go”

published 24/10/2005

AdvantagesEasy to Apply

DisadvantagesNot very durable

...Floor paint is supposed to be for floors. I recently bought B&Q's floor paint for may garage. I live in a New Build house with a bare concrete floor in the garage. Dust was being blown about through the gaps in the garage door so I thought the paint would seal it up and ultimately keep the car clean. I went to B&Q and had a look at the ranges. Something in my mind said that £30 a tin...

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“B&Q Paint aint it great”

published 02/03/2004

AdvantagesIt washes out of your clothes and is very cheap

DisadvantagesIt took 2 coats to get rid of darker backgrounds

...'t state whether or not the durability is good, but it has lasted two weeks, lol, there are no new marks and it has left a nice finish. As I have stated previously in this review it cost me £5.98 from B & Q, this was for 5 litres, which in my opinion is great value for money, if you were to go out and by a branded tin of paint with the same amount in it can cost you anything up to £20. This would be...

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