Satinwood is a fantastic finish to have from paint if pulled off correctly. Luckily, The Paint Shed can help anyone, whether they want to get skirting boards sorted, or paint a room entirely to get the best satinwood paint for the job by shopping our full range of Dulux Trade Satinwood Paint.
With over half a dozen satinwood varieties in stock, you’ll get the best paint for the job when you shop at The Paint Shed.
What is Dulux Trade Satinwood Paint?
Satinwood paint is typically used when someone wants to have a semi-gloss finish on the walls that leans more towards eggshell while still having some vibrancy about it. The range of Dulux Trade Satinwood Paint we have in stock comes in different formulations, which are handy depending on what you need carrying out. Here is some information on each of the paints within this range.
The base-level paint in the range, known for providing that flawless satin finish. If you wanted to use it on interior walls, we would recommend the 5-litre cans.
Arguably the most popular within the range. When the paint is dry and settles into the wall, the satin finish you’ll get from this simple white is superb. You can get up to 17 m2 coverage per litre too.
When you want a job done in one go Dulux Once is the range for you. This satinwood does take a while to dry (you’re looking around 16 hours) but it is thicker and formulated so that you only have to apply one thick coat for it to work.
Ideal when you want colour and good tolerance to stains. This tinted satinwood is water-based and formulated to help prevent yellowing over time.
A fantastic choice when you want a satin finish in high traffic areas, this paint is commonly used in corridors and spaces where people tend to rub against walls.
Getting a decent colour from a satin style paint can be hard, but this product does look the part, especially when used on interior wood.
Preferred by those in the trade who like to work quickly, you’d want this paint when you want to get two coats of white on the wall in one day with no messing around.
Why use Dulux Trade Satinwood Paint?
Gloss paints can come with a finish which doesn’t sit right in many rooms. Satinwood sits perfectly in the middle between semi-gloss and eggshell to give you the best of both worlds.
Can I use Dulux Trade Satinwood Outside?
While satinwood can sometimes be used outside, most of the products in this range work best when used indoors.
If you’re interested in more exterior based satinwoods, we recommend checking out the full satinwood range of paints we have in stock here. Some of the most notable brands for use outside would include Coo-Var, Johnstones, and Zinsser.
What Colours do Dulux Trade Satinwood Paints Come In?
Some of the products allow for you to pick from any colour you’d like, with many creams, pastels, yellows, and greens looking great in the home.
Please note that if you are ordering a tinted paint it cannot be exchanged or refunded.
Find the Right Paint for Your Space
No matter what the job is, The Paint Shed can help.
Please take a look at our full range of trade paints and see which will work best for you. We have many other fantastic Dulux Trade paints in stock at unbeatable prices.
If you need help choosing the right type of Dulux Trade Satinwood Paint, talk to The Paint Shed today.
Dulux Trade Satinwood Paint
Dulux Trade Diamond Satinwood Pure Brilliant WhiteFrom £22.61 £18.84
Dulux Trade Quick Dry Satinwood Pure Brilliant WhiteFrom £19.93 £16.61