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    Dulux Trade Diamond Matt Vs Dulux Bathroom Paint

    Painters & Decorators

    Hello, I am planning on repainting some bathroom walls, but I’m unsure which paint is the best choice. Dulux Trade Diamond Matt or Dulux Bathroom Paint or something entirely different? Any advice on this or even for the choice of primers or sealants would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks, Lou

    Asked by Lou on 3rd Mar 2019
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    True colours

    "Hi, my personal opinion would be Dulux bathroom paint. Just be sure that the walls are not damp before applying."

    Answered on 26th Jun 2019 - Member since Jun 2019 - report
    Pro Paints and Decorating

    "Hi Lou, In short, trade paints are better than the retail equivalents. So, generally, the Dulux Diamond Matt would probably be the better option. Retail versions typically have a cheaper/weaker pigment. Trade versions will cost more, but they will cost more. Given that this is a bathroom however, you are best to use a bathroom specific paint.
    From what I have found, Trade Diamond Matt seems to be fine for bathroom use also. It is always checking this for yourself to ensure any paints you use in a bathroom in future are meant to be used in bathrooms – to ensure that they will not be damaged by humidity or dampness over time."

    Answered on 3rd Mar 2019 - Member since Mar 2019 - report
    Manning property services ltd

    "Diamond Matt all day long expensive but good quality"

    Answered on 10th Apr 2019 - Member since Mar 2019 - report
    Matt emulsions

    "Trade diamond is very hard wearing & a fantastic product I would advise using it"

    Answered on 15th Apr 2019 - Member since Mar 2019 - report
    Heritage Home improvements

    "Out of the two I would choose Dulux bathroom/Kitchen, there are a few tips to adding a product to a different paint, but those are experience learnt secrets. Primer = any as its the bathroom paint that does the protection. I hope that helps.

    Heritage Painting and decorating."

    Answered on 22nd Mar 2019 - Member since Feb 2019 - report

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