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Dulux Trade Weathershield Stabilising Primer

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£48.98 £40.82

Size: 5 L

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Dulux Trade Weathershield Stabilising Primer is a solvent-based primer specially formulated to seal unstable areas which remain powdery and chalky after the surface has been thoroughly prepared for painting with Weathershield Masonry Paints.

Applying Dulux Trade Weathershield Stabilising Primer

For best results, shake the can well before opening. Apply using a brush or roller to the powdery or chalky areas and allow to dry fully. If the area remains powdery or chalky once dry, apply a second coat to the applicable area. Please note this primer isn't general purpose and is only suitable for chalky or powdery areas. New surfaces should only ever be sealed with a thinned coat of the chosen masonry paint before applying two regular top coats (not thinned).

Dulux Trade Weathershield Stabilising Primer

  • Seals and stabilises
  • For powdery masonry surfaces
  • Ready for use
  • Solvent-based
  • Weight 1.000000
  • Product Application Brush
  • Coverage Up to 10m² per litre
  • Touch Dry 8-12 hours
  • Recoatable 16-24 hours
  • Surface Exterior Walls
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Can you tell me what the coverage is for Dulux Trade Weathershield Stabilising Primer?
The coverage rate for Dulux Trade Weathershield Stabilising Primer is up to 10m² per litre.
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