Nothing survives like Weathershield
Painting in Winter
This winter, you can extend the painting season and get more done in a day with Dulux Weathershield +Plus Winterlock. It is optimised for application in cooler conditions. The ColdCure Formula means it cures in temperatures down to 2°C, and dries faster*, providing excellent exterior durability and gives a tough, flexible finish for long life protection of the home against all New Zealand weather conditions.
*1 hour touch dry and 4 hour re-coat times at 10°C
Dulux Weathershield & Colorsteel®
Dulux and Colorsteel® are working together to deliver outstanding colour accuracy. All Colorsteel® colours can be matched in Dulux Weathershield ensuring you achieve seamless exterior colour.
Colorsteel® and FlaxPod® are registered trademarks of New Zealand Steel Limited. Do not use this product as a touch-up paint on Colorsteel® steel products. For more information please visit www.colorsteel.co.nz
Weathershield and the Department of Conservation
Dulux and the Department of Conservation Te Papa Atawhai are working together to protect our iconic huts with Weathershield so future generations can enjoy the real Dulux® Colours of New Zealand®.
The Dulux Promise
Dulux Weathershield provides long life protection for your house with a tough, flexible finish. As long as Weathershield is applied to your house in accordance with the instructions for use, it will provide protection guaranteed against peeling, flaking and blistering for as long as you live in your house. For over 40 years we've been developing and testing Dulux Weathershield under New Zealand's harsh weather conditions.
*This guarantee does not cover paint failure caused by any breakdown of coatings applied previously, where Dulux Weathershield is applied over coatings not specified by Dulux, or in the event of substrate failure or faulty application. To claim, you must be living in the house you have painted with Dulux Weathershield. Refer to product label for full conditions. This guarantee does not limit and may not necessarily exceed your rights under the Consumer Guarantees Consumer Act 1993.