Why can't I get my wood brilliant white!

Chris! said:
No not yet!

However, I will take your advise and try one of the new brushes not used before and let you know the outcome. I have not yet heard back from Dulux but when I do, I will let you know about that too! :cool: :cool: :cool:

not my suggestion alfonso deserves thanks for that idea :D :D

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not my suggestion alfonso deserves thanks for that idea :D :D

Your quite right :oops: - thanks alfonso!

I had focused more on the stirring implement so overlooked the advise on brushes.
Hooooray :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:

Assuming none of you have lost interest by now, we have now achieved a good result! :p

Still no feedback from Dulux yet but they have taken the tin away for testing - the new tin has dried brilliant white :D :D :D .

We prepared the next frame in exactly the same way as the last, used the same gloss [different batch] and it looks superb!

Since we were given an exchange, and Dulux is a very reputable company - it highly unlikely we will ever hear anything to know what might have caused the difference.

Thanks again for all your inputs and suggestions :cool: :cool: :cool: !

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