Follow these guides and videos on brush, roller and spray application to get the best finish on your next job.
Dulux Professional Acousticoat is a specialist paint coating that has been designed for a specific purpose. Due to its specialist nature, it has to be applied correctly to achieve the desired finish and performance.
Back-rolling is the term most often used in the paint industry to describe the manual process of dry rolling the freshly painted surface with a short to medium nap synthetic roller.
The 'how to' guide for spray application - air assisted & airless spraying.
Have you noticed small droplets appearing on your fresh coat of acrylic paint? This is known as 'surfactant leaching'. Don't panic - it's a normal part of the curing process.
The VOC solvents act to slow the initial drying by maintaining a 'wet-edge' which gives a longer time to work with the product.
All water-based paints undergo a “drying process” involving two distinct phases, evaporation and coalescence.
Get detailed information about the physical and chemical properties of our products.
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Browse Dulux specifications, product datasheets, substrate information and safety data sheets.