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dulux trade high gloss-white or brill white-whats the diff?

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by jamiller, 9 Jun 2006.

  1. jamiller

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    I have used 'dulux trade high gloss' (white) and I now notice there is 'dulux trade high gloss brilliant white'. The dulux trade website does not show both. Can someone explain the difference between the two. Apologies if this is a stupid Q !! Thanks John
     
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    shade of white probably
     
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    Pure Brilliant White & Brilliant & White are all different shades of "White". The brightest of the Whites is Pure Brilliant White, then it's Brilliant White, then it's White.
     
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    Thanks. I wasn't sure if I was missing something a little deeper than simply the shades of white!
     
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    Nope the clue is in the question..one is high gloss..meaning it has a very polished sheen..the other is very white...but beware, any brilliant white is poor at covering and has a sticky feel to it
     
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