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Laura Ashley Water-Based Eggshell Paint delivers a low sheen eggshell finish in a sophisticated shade for use on interior woodwork and walls.
  • Colour: Blue
  • Size: 750ml
  • Coverage (per litre): 13sq m
  • Coverage per tin: 9.75sq m
  • Effects and finish: Eggshell
  • Usage: Interior woodwork and metal including radiators
  • Suitable surfaces: Multi surface
  • Number of coats recommended: 2
  • Drying time: Touch Dry in 2 - 3 hours
  • Time to recoat: 4 hours
  • Interior exterior usage: Suitable for interior use
  • Coverage disclaimer: Coverage is dependent on the kind of surface being painted and should be used as a guide only

Laura Ashley Pale Duck Egg - Water-Based Eggshell Paint - 750ml 299856

GBP £13.99
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Laura Ashley Pale Duck Egg - Water-Based Eggshell Paint - 750ml

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Laura Ashley Pale Duck Egg - Water-Based Eggshell Paint - 750ml is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dreadful smelling paint Dreadful smelling paint ever, smell lingered for days would be okay if painting item outside but in enclosed space not recommended.
Date published: 2014-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what it says on the tin Laura Ashley paint claims to be fine quality paint right there on the tin, and in this case I'd have to agree. This is my 5th attempt to find a shade of paint that actually resembles the fabled duck egg blue rather than teal, and that has good coverage to boot. With that vital hint of grey to the blue, Laura Ashley eggshell cracked it :) The paint has a nice creamy consistency, it's very easy to work with and covers well. It does have an odour, but you need your windows wide when painting anyway. I went with the eggshell because I do like a soft sheen to my painted surfaces. I'll definitely use Laura Ashley eggshell again.
Date published: 2013-09-12
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