Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by coddie excellent for the job i required it for
leaves a smooth finish. using it for an outside sign of a shop - so it will be useful to see how it weathers. good soft colour
25 May 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sian Excellent Quality
I purchased this paint for our apartment which is in close proximity to the sea. The product need to with stand all conditions and weather conditions and this has done us proud. This product is excellent value and I would highly recommend.
05 May 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by EdH Good paint quality
Very happy with the colour of the paint.
Has given table and chairs a new lease of life
Sanded down work piece and removed most of the original stain, then undercoated with the "Weathercoat" undercoat followed by 2 coats of this paint.
Def require at least 2 coats as is fairly thin. 750ml was enough for 4 chairs, table and umbrella base (2 coats on each).
Overall happy with this and would recommend for the price.
19 August 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mike Fist class paint! Superb!
Did numerous windows, doors, barge boards, eaves, etc., with this paint (dark red, and white type colours). All around a West facing, exposed house in Scotland. I prepared the old wood surfaces by brushing, then light sanding to give a good 'key'. Put on three, to four coats over a few day period. The paint built up very, very well to a superb almost 'seamless' finish. That was over two years ago, and it is still in lovely 'pristine' condition. Will probably just give one coat to ensure ongoing protection every three years now. One of the best paints I have seen, easy to use and dries quickly. Load your brush generously though, and don't brush out too much. Of course the final quality of the finish also depends on how well you prepare the surfaces. Couldn't fault this Weathercoat Satin Finish! Great 'stuff'.
08 January 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by J. Wood Weathercoat Exterior Satin Paint
I used this on my metal garage door to tidy the front of the house up. I gave the door three coats. It was white before but it took three coats to obtain an even coverage which I think would be the case for most paints. It was easy to use, nice and thin for easy use with a roller which helped obtain a smooth and drip free finish. Equally it was good to use with a small brush for those hard to reach cracks and joins. I spent three days overall painting the door, one for each coat and now it's done, it looks like it came from the factory in this colour. I'm very happy with the results. This 750ml tin was easily enough for three coats of the single garage door with room to spare. N.B. You will need white spirit or similar brush cleaner.
15 July 2011