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No Nonsense Trade Bare Plaster Paint Brilliant White 10Ltr (51004)

Highly opaque, water-based paint with good coverage and application. Allows newly plastered surfaces to breathe. Touch-dry in 1-2 hours, re-coatable in 2-4 hours. Covers approx. 10-12m²/Ltr.

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No Nonsense Trade Bare Plaster Paint Brilliant White 10Ltr is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 164.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply brilliant! Used a lot of tubs of this on plastered walls throughout the house. Used a roller, no mess or drips, easy to apply, and great finish. Very happy with the results and would certainly recommend trying this product.
Date published: 2017-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for new plaster Great coverage, no need to prime surfaces. Can get away with a couple of coats on fresh plaster!
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Idiotproof Used this great product on a freshly plastered living room. Diluted it by 10%, as per the directions, and it went on really well with the roller. You could see the paint soaking into the plaster as I went, and after a second coat, the room looked great and was ready for the top coat.
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Tiresome Used on a 1930's ceiling which had never been painted. Assumed paint would cover a few sins as it was for plaster. Paint was the consistency of natural yoghurt, I watered it down for first coat as suggested but this was a mistake as it splattered everywhere. Did the next several coats "neat" and still got splatter, no wonder it advises to "apply thickly" except then you get drips and fat edges with the roller. After 4 coats (and half the tub) you can still see every dink, crack and dip, quite an unforgiving paint but possibly useful if you want a base coat or have perfect newly plastered walls and don't mind doing several coats. Next time I will buy a thick paint and thin it for the first coat as I have done in the past. I was attracted to the quantity you got for the price. Monkey learn.
Date published: 2016-12-29
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The photo shows it being used over damp plaster but is this wise? I have two week old plaster walls that have mostly dried but where it's been coated over filler it is still damp - can I use this over the damp spots without worry?
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Hello Raffo,

This is going to depend on the sprayer somewhat as well, this paint is water based, and most paint sprayers can handle that. You will need to check the viscosity with a viscosity cup - usually supplied with your sprayer, as you may need to thin the paint for spraying, the manufacturer recommends diluting by no more than 10%

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Hello victoria3006. As long as the plaster is sound and not flaking this would be the ideal product. Hope that helps.

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I have NO clue what I'm doing !! :-)
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Hi there. I have new plasterboard wall.I have used one coat plaster just on joints about 20cm wide. Can use this paint on plaster and plasterboard like a sealant for topcoat painting? Many thanks Peter
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Hi Peter77,

There is no reason why this couldn't be used on plasterboard.

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Specification
Brand No Nonsense
Coating & Finishes Drying Time Touch-Dry 1-2 Hrs
Coating & Finishing Type Matt
Coating Finishing Volume 10 Ltr
Coating Finishing Volume 10 Ltr
Colour Brilliant White
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Pack Size 1
Parent Colour White
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Type Trade Bare Plaster Paint

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