Satin Paint

Satinwood is a durable gloss paint that gives a more subtle sheen than the conventional shiny gloss effect, however, it is not usually as hard wearing.

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    Johnstones Aqua Satin Brilliant White
    From £16.49 £13.74
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    Dulux Metalshield Satin Tinted Colours
    From £56.71 £47.26
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    Dulux Metalshield Satin - Black
    From £56.71 £47.26
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    Dulux Metalshield Satin - White
    From £94.50 £78.75
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    Crown Trade Satin Black
    From £13.36 £11.13
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    Johnstones Flexible Satin Black
    £57.22 £47.68
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    Dulux Satinwood (All Colours)
    From £21.37 £17.81
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    Crown Trade Fastflow Quick Dry Satin (all colours)
    From £13.51 £11.26
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    Armstead Satin Brilliant White
    From £18.85 £15.71
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    Macpherson Satin (all colours)
    From £16.87 £14.06
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    Crown Trade Fastflow Quick Dry Satin White
    From £11.80 £9.83
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    Johnstones Acrylic Satin White
    From £13.27 £11.06
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    Dulux Trade Quick Dry Satinwood PBW
    From £19.36 £16.13
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    Coo-Var Heat Resistant Satin Black Enamel
    From £13.00 £10.83
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    Dulux Satinwood (Pure Brilliant White)
    From £31.36 £26.13

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