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“Do not use this paint”

Written on: 12/12/2014 by Kolex408 (1 review written)

This paint is useless! It does not brush weel, covers poorly but worst of all is is very soft and peels off at the slightest knock. I used it on stairs and it peeled badly just with the friction of a carpet fitter trying to lay new carpet. It is an absolute no-no!!!!… Read Full Review

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“Don't Use This Paint”

Written on: 16/03/2014

I wouldn't give it one star if I could. It is no good at all. It is not tough enough for the job. We are pensioners who look after our home. The woodwork is not subjected to hard knocks etc. We will have to redecorate after few months. What is Crown doing about it? The paint should not be on the market. It peels off if you catch it with a fingernail and is too soft to rub a mark off. If you try the paint rubs off as well… Read Full Review

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“Crown non-drip emulsion - very poor”

Written on: 18/10/2013

The reviews bear out my own experience of using Crown non-drip emulsion. I have been DIY'ing for the best part of 50 years and take pride in making a good job, taking a lot of care in preparation and using quality brushes. I haven't used a Crown paint for several years - but I still have the paint which I use for touching up odd marks and it is superb. However the stuff I bought recently is almost worse than useless. I cannot get a finish free of brush marks and streaks and there is no way it… Read Full Review

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“Crown non-drip satin”

Written on: 07/09/2013 by Aliraine (1 review written)

Paint utterly useless, peels off with just a fingernail touching it. After years of using Dulux satinwood, we decided to try Crown satinwood (as we very much like their emulsion paint) - worst thing we ever did. After hours and hours or preparation time spent on a hall, stairs and landing there are paint chips everywhere. What's even worse is that the paint is a light colour, so the chips in it are very noticeable from a distance. While our children were young and prone to bashing and… Read Full Review

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“Soft and poor coverage”

Written on: 26/10/2012

About to apply a fourth coat on my doors. Coverage is poor and brush marks show up very easily. The worst thing about this paint, however, is that it never forms a tough robust surface. You can scrape it off quite easily with a nail. It's an expensive way to find out the product is no use for the application… Read Full Review

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“I moved to a new house last year and used Crown...”

Written on: 28/05/2009 by DL71 (1 review written)

I moved to a new house last year and used Crown satinwood one-coat paint - I wish I hadn't. The coating is VERY soft, all the skirting boards and window-sills are covered in scuff marks and scratches. I only painted it 9 months ago and it already looks like we've been in the house for years… Read Full Review

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“I had exactly the same problems with Crown non-drip...”

Written on: 30/03/2009 by samf1875 (1 review written)

I had exactly the same problems with Crown non-drip satin as rbx, but much worse. thin, very prone to dripping, uneven coverage, needed 4 coats on a fully under coated mdf cupboard. - worse than useless. this paint is a total waste of time and money… Read Full Review

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“I used a shade of white (Winterbloom) to paint...”

Written on: 21/08/2005 by rbx (3 reviews written)

I used a shade of white (Winterbloom) to paint skirting boards and a door, which were already painted white. The skirting boards were acceptable with just one coat, but the door was more of a problem. With large areas, it is difficult to apply the paint to get satisfactory even coverage -- too much and you get paint runs; brush it out and you get poor coverage and streaking. The door needed three coats, even to get a barely satisfactory finish. Brush marks are a problem. Would hesitate to… Read Full Review

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Guest's Response to rbx's Review

Written on: 24/06/2012

wish I had read these reviews before trying this paint in antique cream. does not cover on white undercoat even after 3 coats , very streaky and has what looks like water seperation circles (very small) cannot rub down after letting coat fully dry as it just peels away. dries too quickly as well and leaves brush marks. Never had eanything like this before what a waste of money..Johndad

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