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Rodo Polythene Dust Sheet Triple Pack - 12 x 9 Feet
Fired Earth Exterior Masonry is a flexible, durable, solvent-born masonry paint for outdoor use. Need something tough and long lasting, The Paint Shed brings you masonry paint from one of its most popular brands Fired Earth. Designed with AkzoNobel technology, it stands the test of extreme weather conditions, without having to recoat. Suitable for use in all climates, and temperatures as low as -10, it offers maximum weather protection. Formulated for exterior use, it’s best used on dry masonry including granite, stone and marble. Need to renovate in a rush? No problem, with Fired Earths fast drying, non-stick paint capable of withstanding rainfall in less than 15 minutes. Ideal for all-year-round use on exterior walls, with no chance of yellowing. Available in a range of colours including Opal Green, Festival Orange, Eton Mess, Granite and many more, we have the perfect shade for you. Not sure how much you will need? Use our precise paint calculator to find out, simply enter the dimensions of your masonry and The Paint Shed will work it out for you.
Can’t choose between colours? Buy in bulk because orders over £75 receive free UK delivery!
Please note there will be no collections or deliveries on Friday 22nd August and Monday 26th August. Normal collections and deliveries will resume on Tuesday 27th August.
Orders placed before 1pm Friday 22nd August
Standard UK delivery: delivered by Wednesday 28th August
Next working day delivery: delivered by noon on Tuesday 27th August
Orders placed after 1pm Friday 22nd August
Standard UK delivery: delivered by Thursday 29th August
Next working day delivery: delivered by noon Wednesday 28th August
Use our paint calculator to work out how much you need
Enter the dimensions of your walls, details of any gaps like windows and doors, and click calculate
Remember: It's probably better to have a bit too much than to order too little!
This is based on a coverage of 10m² per litre of paint and one coat of paint.
Make sure you always check the coverage on the product page before purchasing and, if covering a dark or bright colour, you may need two or three coats.