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GoodHome Walls & ceilings White Wall & ceiling Primer & undercoat, 10L
Prepare interior surfaces prior to topcoat with GoodHome Walls and Ceilings Primer and Undercoat.
- Apply with a Brush or roller
- Suitable for Plaster & plasterboard surfaces
- Stir thoroughly before use. Apply one to two coats of paint as required. Dry for four hours before using a topcoat. The wet paint colour could be different to what you may expect. Allow the paint to dry fully before checking the final colour
- Statutory guarantee
Features and benefits
Get smooth and even results with GoodHome walls and ceilings primer and undercoat. It can be used on bare plaster or plasterboard, old water-based paint, and old solvent-based paint. This GoodHome primer and undercoat will seal the most porous surfaces which will improve topcoat adhesion and optimise overall paint performance.
- Seals porous surfaces
- Quick drying
|Drying time||4 h|
|Litre capacity (ml)||10000ml|
|Range||Walls & ceilings|
|Recoat time||2 hours|
|Suitable surface||Wall & ceiling|
Worst paint ever
Norge60 - 17 day ago
The worst paint ever. I'm furious, 5 coats and it still looks patchy, I'm paint over a pale cream. Waste of money, wish I bought Crown or Dulux. Feel sorry for those on a budget buying this, its like being conned. Works out cheaper buy Dulux or Crown. Even 1 star is to much to give
Brilliant after 2 coats
DIYerH10 - 18 day ago
Not sure why this is getting bad reviews, yes it's thin and possibly water based, but after 2 coats and painting on freshly dried plaster this is a great paint. Does leave some minor paint dry marks which can be sanded off very easily, you pay for what you get, overall I'm happy with it.
False economy; avoid if possible!!!
paintersradio - 1 month ago
Switched to this from similar Delux primer as asked 2 chaps working in store if it was a good product compared to Delux. Very confident...yes, it's made by crown and very good...or something to that effect.
Unless you're covering over a very pale colour this will take more than 2 coats whereas the Delux covered dark green and dark purple in 2 coats no problem.
For me at least the old saying is true; buy cheap buy twice. Will avoid this brand in future.
Annoying but ok once it’s dry
bex9711 - 1 month ago
Soul destroying to work with as it’s almost transparent when it goes on. Can’t see where you’ve been. Once dried it’s fine though. Needs two coats which I expected anyway.
Maybe pva based?
Anonymous - 8 month ago
Not watery but needs a good stir as you’d expect. Doesn’t go on like paint (although that could be because I’ve not painted on bare plaster before). Maybe pva based - frustrating no ingredient listed as there are different types of primer and would be good to know what this is. Not yet put the too coat on but I’d said it looks to have done a decent job. Dries much more solid than it looks going on.