B&Q Value Matt Emulsion Paint White Reviews
Newest Review: ... off the shelf was how flimsy the container felt. The handle didn't feel strong enough to support a full container of this ... more
Customer B&Q Value Matt Emulsion Paint White Reviews (7)
by - written on 04/01/08 (Useful, 879 readings)
B&Q value emulsion matt paint is definatley value for money in terms of the quantity of paint you get for the price of the tub but it does not cover well. We used this when we decorated our livingroom last and thought it was great value for money especially after we had painted the ceiling and it seemed to have covered very well despite being watery but this was in artificial light late on the evening. When we got up the next morning and looked at the ceiling it was a right mess. The paint hadnt coverd well at all despite it only having been 12 months since we painted it last. The paint was very patchy and needed a second coat, after applying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/13 (Very useful, 44 readings)
When I moved into my house the whole house was painted in a matt white. I have repainted the living room but left the rest of the house white as it suits certain rooms like the bedrooms as it means I can change my bedding etc without worrying about it matching the walls. There were various scuffs on the walls and marks which really bothered me and it got worse after the removal men caught walls with my furniture. At the time I was on a tight budget and I only wanted something to quickly touch up the walls. Browsing B&Q I cam across a huge tube of this paint for just £5.98. The paint comes in a 5L container which when you consider the price is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/13 (Very useful, 132 readings)
I have been refurbishing my house for a while now but it is only recently that I got around to redecorating as there were so many other jobs to do with the structure of the house which took priority over painting and wallpapering. Obviously it has been a while since I have had to buy any paint and I was horrified with just how much it actually cost in the DIY shops. After spending a small fortune buying paint for my walls I was absolutely loathe to spend the premium that brands such as Crown and Dulux charge as I had already paid this to buy my wall paints. I didn't want to cut corners after having spent so much money doing the house up for it to look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/13 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Recently I have been spending a lot of my time undergoing a home project. I am currently not working so it has been the best time for us to focus on our new family home and the work that needed to be done to make it habitable to my exacting standards! We have had a number of plastering jobs done despite the property not being particularly old due to cracking and problems which far exceed those you would expect from a newish property. Because of this I have been trying to spend my days getting DIY equipment and other things ready and working on our new home one room at a time. As it has been priority to get work done the actual decoration hasn't been something ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/11 (Very useful, 312 readings)
Eight years ago my partner and I bought a house and decided to completely redecorate it before we moved in. All the ceilings needed painting and we spent hours in B & Q buying paint, rollers, brushes and other parafanalia to use on ceilings and walls and came away with several pots of this B & Q Value Matt Emulsion. It costs £9.98 for a 10 litre pot so is very cheap compared with other brands. At the time I remember having no problems with it and all the ceilings came out fine with a couple of coats and I also used it on the walls in one room which still look bright white now after eight years. We had the majority of one pot left and this got ... Read the complete review
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