Weathershield Masonry Paint - "All Seasons" or Not

2 Jul 2010
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United Kingdom

For this time of year what would be the best choice of Dulux Trade Weathershield Masonry paint? Would it be the "All Seasons" version or the Trade Weathershield Smooth Masonry paint? Also, what outside temperature actually has an impact on the selection of these paints, ie, is there a cut off point below which the "All Seasons" is the only choice? The paint is to be applied to unpainted pebbledash and also to previously painted pebbledash.

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I would rather use the normal stuff whenever possible, a couple of hours drying time and it will be rain proof. It is also cheaper and easier to clean up.

You should be ok for the next month or so.

Not sure what the temperature cut off points are.

Nor am I sure if one could tell if you used the normal stuff and the oil based stuff on the same job.
Thx opps, I located the ICI paints website and got the data sheet on the normal stuff and it is OK to use down to 7C.


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