Hammerite - Satin Direct To Rust Metal Paint- 2.5L - Black

Reference: ME1327846

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Hammerite - Satin Direct To Rust Metal Paint- 2.5L - Black
£45.57

Description

This is a subtle satin smooth finish which provides a low sheen alternative to Hammerite Smooth Finish. As is to be expected from Hammerite, this is a durable, corrosion resistant decorative coating for ferrous and non-ferrous metals, certain plastics and wood.

· Replaces primer and undercoat as well.
· For direct application onto rusty metal.
· Available in black and white.
· 2 hours Drying time
· Exterior Usage

Applications

Direct to Rust Metal Paint Satin Finish can be used for:

· Metal Door
· Metal Garden furniture
· Metal gate
· Metal Railings

Features

Finish: Satin
Coverage: 5 sq m per litre
Durability: 8 Year Protection
Repaintable after 4 hours

  • Brand HAMMERITE
  • Color Black
  • Appearance Satin
  • ManoMano Reference ME1327846
  • SKU 5084907

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Profile Image Pamela.M114 2 reviews given 0 upvotes
Bought on 24/03/2020 Edited on 02/04/2020

Abysmal packaging.
I have no doubt that the paint will be excellent, however, the 3 tins I ordered all arrived dented (significantly). This was due to them as not being protected with bubble wrap or something similar to prevent them from bashing into each other as they were loose in the box apart from a piece of bubble wrap laid over the top of them. By some fluke some serious mess was avoided, thankfully. Read more