DULUX Weathershield Matt Range - Buy Paint Online
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Now delivering to all major eastern cities in Australia!*
Note: in some cases, we need to charge an additional fee* if the colour is made from Blue, Extra Bright, Deep basis - we will need to assess every case individually*
Out of Metro and Remote Areas will incur an additional charge*
Major metro areas include Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne*
Some Weathershield bases (depends on colour) does not have properties of self-priming.
Please get in touch with the manufacture for clarification.
Dulux Weathershield is one of the most popular paints in Australia. Why is Dulux so popular?
Well, it is one of the oldest exterior surfaces brands in Australia. They guarantee 10 years against fading. As weather conditions change, surfaces expand and contract. Dulux WeatherShield is specially formulated to expand and contract with the surface so you won’t have to worry about peeling, blistering, or cracking. Weathershield paints also feature strong adhesion, mold, dirt and stain resistance, and self-priming. Self-priming is a particularly handy feature as it means you don’t have to go out and buy a separate primer - saving you time and money! Whether you’re looking for semi-gloss, low-sheen, or matt...WeatherShield has an option for you.
- Self-priming on most surfaces
- 100% acrylic paint with MaxiFlex technology
- Tannin resistant
- Please note: Chromamax bases are not self priming
- Apply direct to most bare surfaces
- 2 hour recoat and easy clean up
- Long-lasting durability - expands & contracts with climate changes
- No primer required to prevent staining on bare timber
- Easy to apply by paint sprayer, brush or roller
Coverage - 16 square metres per Litre
Can be applied using roller, brush and spray.
For tints not specified in the drop-down menu, please contact us before ordering.
Clean all surface free of dirt, dust, great, and loose, flaky paint and surface plaster. Treat efflorescence or mould on masonry or concrete surfaces. Occasionally, solid old paint will become flaky when re-coated, especially if the new paint is darker in colour. To avoid this, check the adhesion of the old paint by cutting an 'X' through a clean area of the film with a sharp knife, press cellulose tape firmly across the cut and tear it off. If the old paint comes off with the tape the old paint should be removed before re-painting.
Clean off equipment with water.