Dulux colour mixing Weathershield Textured masonry paint is an exterior paint formulated with unique acrylic resin to give 15 years guaranteed all-weather protection, provided surfaces are in good condition before application.
Stir thoroughly before use with a palette knife or similar implement. Thinning is only necessary when sealing new for bare surfaces in which case add up to 1 part water to 5 parts Dulux colour mixing Weathershield Textured masonry paint. 2 full coats of Dulux colour mixing Weathershield Textured masonry paint are normally required. However, on previously painted surfaces in good condition, where similar colours are used, 1 coat may be sufficient. The coverage of Dulux colour mixing Weathershield Textured masonry paint will vary according to the surface that is to be painted. An approximate guide is 5.5-7.5m2/litre on smooth surfaces such as rendering and 3-4m2/litre on rough surfaces e.g. pebble-dash. It is always a good idea to apply a small test area first.
Health & Safety
Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects. - Contains - 1,2-benzisothiazol-3(2H)-one, C(M)IT/MIT(3:1) and 2-octyl-2H-isothiazol-3-one. - May produce an allergic reaction.
To get the best results with Dulux colour mixing Weathershield Textured masonry paint, make sure that the surfaces to be painted are sound, clean and dry (new surfaces particularly must be fully dry)Remove any loose or flaking paint. Areas affected by mould, lichen, algae or moss should be treated with a suitable fungicidal wash.
Remove as much paint as possible from brushes and rollers before cleaning with water.
Do not use or store the paint in extremes of temperature. Do not use outside when there is a likelihood of rain, fog or frost both during and after application, as this will affect the drying process. Protect from frost.
How much paint do I need?
Measure the height and length of the surface you want to paint (in metres or centimetres).
This is an estimated based on 2 coats. Actual coverage will depend on the conditions of the surface. If the colour change is strong, more coats may be required.