Hammerite - Direct To Galvanised Paint - 750ML - White

Reference: ME1293973

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Hammerite - Direct To Galvanised Paint - 750ML - White
£21.80

Description

Hammerite Direct to Galvanised Metal Paint is specially formulated for application straight onto non-rusting metal, such as galvanised steel, aluminum, copper and brass, as a primer and topcoat in one.

Can be applied direct to galvanised surfaces with no need for a primer.

Only one coat required.

A glossy, smooth finish for non-ferrous metals.

4 hours Drying time
Exterior Usage

Applications

Direct to Galvanised Metal Paint can be used for:

Metal Door
Metal Garden furniture
Metal gate
Metal Railings

Features

Finish: Smooth
Coverage: 14m²/L
Durability: 5 Year Protection
Repaintable after 6 hours

  • Brand HAMMERITE
  • Color White / Grey
  • Packaging 0.75 l
  • ManoMano Reference ME1293973
  • SKU 5097050

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Profile Image Chris.J29 1 reviews given 0 upvotes
Bought on 26/03/2019 Published on 10/04/2019

Very, very thick - almost impossible to get a smooth even coat on a garage door. Looks terrible - I won't use it again.Don't bother
Used for a garage door. The instructions say do not thin but as the paint is so thick it is very difficult to spread witrh a brush. Leads to an inconsistant finish. Probably OK on small parts but not for a big surface. Read more