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    Mcgmelbourne

    McgmelbourneAU

    • 15 reviews
    • 1 like

    Definitely worth using

    published

    My splashback looks really good and I haven’t had any issues with the paint. My original tiles had a rough surface so they did not end up as glossy as I would have liked. However, the kitchen has been transformed!!

    Used in bathroom including floors!

    published

    I LOVE this product! Although it's not recommended for floors, I decided the risk was worth it to cover the ugly (dirty looking) tile we had... I also painted over laminate benches - all white - they look fabulous and lasted 6 years until we were ready to knock down the house for a rebuild. Fabulous DYI option.v

    Sandy de B

    Sandy de BSydney, NSW

    • 4 reviews

    great primer for all shiny surfaces not just laminate

    published

    Have patience. Clean, clean and clean again before painting. I painted some ugly tall laminated cupboards i picked up for a song from a plumbers supplier who was revamping their showroom. it's water based and covers beautifully. You must give it time [days] to harden off before using the laminate paint. The top coat laminate is oil based and it says it will harden with time . It's a semi gloss finish and I'm thrilled with the result.

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    Avoid like the plague

    published

    Followed the instructions to the letter, including their videos. Despite using their cleaner to prep and sanding with in an each of its life the primer still came away with a wipe of the rag. This system is an expensive dud. If your only doing a small job it will be cheaper to avoid this dud of a product and just replace the tiles
    The tin didn't leak
    It doesn't bond despite following instructions to the letter

    Questions & Answers

    Grace Baile

    Grace Baileasked

    what size can is available please

    No answers
    Dave H

    Dave Hasked

    What was this like on the floor tiles?

    1 answer
    Sandy de B
    Sandy de B

    I haven't used it on the floor only on vertical surfaces.

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