Rated 5 out of 5Â by Dan2704 All I have to say is wow.
All I have to say is wow, my father was a painter and decorator so I am well aware about using a good well known brand.
This stuff is the best gloss I have ever used, looked a little thin when I opened the tin, but not at all, easy to apply and gives a great finish 5*
4 Oct 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by RHL1 use with proper undercoat.
used on renovations, it is good for the money but the coverage/opacity is not good enough for top notch work unless used with proper oil based undercoat.
The best gloss I have used for coverage at a sensible price is johnstones.
for exterior finish it has to be sikkens rubbol az.
24 Sep 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Patmalxxxxx Better than the best
Having tried, dulux and crown non drip, quick drying, hi gloss and satin. I found the leyland paint better and cheaper than any of the above. Pure brilliant white it sure is, dont be afraid to give it a go. It applies easily with brush or gloss roller. Need to leave the windows open, fumes are never good in an enclosed space. Touch dried in a matter of hours, fully hardened in a matter of days.
29 Aug 2015
Rated 1 out of 5Â by OlyLo Brush marks galore
Used this in March for a first coat - we put the brush marks that dried in the pain down to colder weather.
We applied a second coat in August with different brushes, but its still impossible to paint without creating brush marks that don't "bleach out" as they should, unfortunately they dry in situ so will need yet more work!
Leyland claim - "Outstanding flow and levelling properties allow easy application"...maybe its just a bad tin, but this is not our experience!!
Rang Leyland and they didn't want to know - blaming the brush or user technique...despite their "easy application" claims!!
Needless to say I'll be using another brand from now on!
25 Aug 2015