Dulux Weathershield Smooth Masonry Paint
Masonry Paint with a smooth finish
Weathershield Smooth Masonry has a unique high performance acrylic resin which resists flaking and peeling, and advanced slow release biocide technology which actively resists mould staining that keeps your paint looking fresher for longer. It has been tested under the harshest of weather conditions and our quick drying formulation means it’ll be rainproof in just 30 minutes, so you can paint with confidence, even when showery clouds are looming, knowing that your paint won’t run off the walls even if it does rain!! Now with a Weathershield Promise against peeling flaking and mould growth within the paint film for as long as you live in your home, or we will return the value of the product to you* *Registration and paint application required within 6 months of purchase, T&C’s and exclusions apply.
Apply 2 coats using a suitable brush or roller. Leave 4 hours between coats. TIP: if using more than 1 can it is advisable to mix them together in a larger container or finish in a corner before starting a new can. Do not use on common or Fletton bricks. Apply only in dry conditions, above 10°C and when bad weather is not forecast.
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.
Remove loose or flaking material. Ensure surfaces to be painted are clean (no dirt, grease or flaking paint) and dry. Areas affected by mould, lichen, algae or moss should be treated with Weathershield Multi-Surface Fungicidal Wash.
Remove paint from the brush with a cloth and then wash with water.
Store paint in dry conditions and protect from extreme temperatures.
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