bobbones wrote:Hi all
Got kitchen cupboards to do.
Previously painted ( maybe 5 or 6 years ago in a decent flat oilbased eggsell.) The client wants a simular hard wearing flat finish. Any ideas?
Dulux and Jono eggshells at the moment have too much sheen..... Worried that F and B waterbased is not tough enough and takes an age to harden off b4 denibing.
Sikens? Flat oil? Floor Paint???? has to have a low sheen. Primers U/C?
F&B is strong enough, it's all I ever use. I continually hear bad things about f&b and can't understand why.
The system I use is a dulux ultra grip two pack primer followed by f&b. The ultra grip drys in such a way that the surface can sanded exceptionally smooth so the need for any subsequent denibbing is limited and I only ever need to use a very fine sponge scotch pad. I have done dozens using this system over various substrates and the finish has always been exceptional. I also still work in many of the houses, some I done more than 6 years ago and they look as new.