Trade paint is of a much higher quality than general retail paint and it will not only go further when covering a wall but it will also need less coats to produce a high quality finish. Because trade paint has a different formulation and uses a different pigment it offers much greater coverage and a better overall finish than retail DIY paint.

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    Zinsser Allcoat Exterior WB Satin Black
    From £9.31 £7.76
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    Dulux Trade Quick Dry Gloss Brilliant White
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    Weathershield Smooth Masonry magnolia 7.5l
    £30.64 £25.53
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    £30.64 £25.53
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    Macpherson Eclipse White 5L
    £15.59 £12.99
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    Leyland Eggshell Magnolia 5L
    £29.51 £24.59
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    Dulux Trade Stain Block Primer White
    From £22.40 £18.67
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    Macpherson Eclipse Emulsion Magnolia 10L
    £23.80 £19.83
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    Dulux Trade Metalshield Quick Dry Primer White
    From £38.56 £32.13
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    Dulux Trade Metalshield Zinc Phosphate Primer
    From £38.56 £32.13
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    Macpherson Eclipse Emulsion White 10L
    £23.80 £19.83
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    Sandtex Exterior Eggshell (Black)
    From £19.37 £16.14

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