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Gyproc Drywall primer, 10L Tub
3 for 2 on indoor paint. Discount applied at checkout.
Priming before applying plaster
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Phil625 - 6 months ago
I bought this as it's supposed to be good, however,when it arrived it was a few months beyond use by date, unfortunately I didn't notice in time, when I attempted to use this it was like painting coloured water despite giving it a good stir, complete waste of money, will never buy or recommend again
easytime - 7 years ago
Used this to prime a newly boarded ceiling and it works perfectly although it's quite thin even when you give it a good stir.
One coat was all it recommends and that was indeed enough. Two coats of emulsion finished the job although one would have been enough. (Belt and braces, me!)
As for being (shock, horror) magnolia in colour, this in fact makes it a lot easier to see where you are painting when it comes to your emulsion...... think about it!
I mean, you are not going to use only the primer and leave it at that as it is thin and doesn't totally cover.
It's a primer.............. Dohhh.
Well worth using
RicardoG - 8 years ago
This seems like a lot of money for what is basically a primer but having used it after dry-lining it does a good job hiding the smoother joints and sealing the bare plasterboard paper. Easy to apply and afterwards the wall looks like a seamless sheet of plasterboard (providing your joints are good of course!).
Note - it's not white!
NerdyNorman - 10 years ago
Although it doesn't say anything on the website, I wrongly assumed that it would be white. In fact it's magnolia, an unusual choice for a product which would often be used on ceilings.