An Introduction To The All New Dead Flat by Farrow and Ball
If you missed the latest news, Farrow and Ball have launched an all-new Dead Flat product which replaces their original formulation. So what is a “Dead Flat” finish? A dead flat paint finish is the lowest sheen level on the market. It's more matt than a regular matt emulsion with a flat, chalky apperance.
What are the key features of the all-new dead flat Farrow & Ball product?
The all-new Dead Flat offers the most matt finish available from Farrow & Ball, this allows a richer colour to be created from every angle. Dead Flat is a water-based formula, with only a trace of VOCs. With this product you can also benefit from a scrubbable and scuff-resistant finish, meaning you can enjoy a more durable finish than before. The new formulation is also multi-surface,it can be applied to interior walls, woodwork and metal including radiators so is perfect for colour drenching.
What surfaces can the new Dead Flat be used on?
Dead Flat can be used on a wide-variety of surfaces including walls, woodward and metal. You can even use this on skirting boards, panelling or even radiators.
What colours can you buy Dead Flat in?
Farrow and Ball Dead Flat can be ordered in any of the signature Farrow and Ball colours, and at The Paint Shed, we can also mix any unique colour into this finish for you, simply enter the name of colour or code on the product page before you add to your basket.
Where can you buy the all-new Dead Flat Farrow and Ball?
Farrow and Ball Dead Flat can be bought online and in-store at The Paint Shed, plus if you spend more than £50 you can also enjoy free next day delivery meaning you can get your hands on your paint faster and kick start your decorating projects.
How do I get the best finish?
For the best finish we recommend you apply 1 coat of the recommended Farrow and Ball undercoat, depending on your surface, for example, interior wall and ceiling, interior wood or metal primer. For the best finish we recommend 2 full coats of Dead Flat to all surfaces - interior walls, wood or metal.