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pophops

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  1. I was trying to point out to the OP that Dulux make a number of different paint types under the Weathershield banner and not all of them are suitable for his purpose. For instance the non-drip gloss cannot be applied with a roller or over-spread with a brush or it will run and sag. There are also Weathershield smooth and textured masonry paints - both totally unsuitable for painting steel.
  2. The point I was making (and I was trying to be helpful) was that just because it says Dulux Weathershield on the tin it doesn't automatically mean it's suitable for the extremes of weather and temperature that a boat is exposed to.
  3. Take a look the Dulux website. There are various paints in the weathershield range, including a one-coat paint, a fast drying gloss and a non-drip gloss which are recommended for exterior metal. I would never use any of these on my boat.
  4. Bloody 'ell. Where's the water skier?
  5. I've always found gallery images to be mostly irrelevant but the latest format is distinctly annoying. I'd like the option to view them when I want.
  6. Neither Bumble Hole or Merry Hill are anywhere near Birmingham - but give a dog a bad name.....
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