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Dulux Silk Rich Black, 2.5, (Pack of 1)

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Wall and ceiling paints come in four sheen finishes that vary from matt or dull to high-sheen or shiny. Only a few people know that mid- and high-sheen wall paints are not intended for domestic use. These products are usually formulated to use in high-traffic areas in public spaces such as schools, offices, or industrial kitchens. Mid-sheen or high-sheen paints are too shiny to add value to a residential space. You can also find gloss and trim paints for wood and other features, undercoat paints to prime surfaces perfectly, and tough Kitchen & Bathroom paints for surfaces with heavy use in spaces that experience high temperatures and moisture. When it comes to costs, both matt and silk emulsions have similar prices, so this won’t help you decide which paint is the best.

Whether you’re looking for colourful paints or high quality primers, finishes and other treatments, you’ll find everything you need in B&M’s range. From pure brilliant white to a whole spectrum of vibrant colour, and from matt emulsion paints to silk finishes, you’ll find the perfect tone and look within our range of interior paints - including wall and ceiling paints. Matt paint is one of the most popular interior paints. It dries to a contemporary yet elegant look that blends in all interior styles. This paint is the easiest to touch up and add a new richness to the colour. Hiding minor surface imperfections, the paint looks at its best in the foyer and living room, in a formal dining room, in the master bedroom or in the guest’s bedroom. Because it is harder to achieve a flawless look with silk paint, we recommend using this product in those areas that are usually hidden from the guests’ eyes but that get soiled easier.Silk paint, on the other hand, is best if you want the environment to be practical yet stylish. The soft glow adds elegance and the smooth surface is very easy to clean. Almost all silk paints are washable and you can wipe them clean with a soft sponge. Silk paint is also ideal to use on a feature wall if you want to add finishing touches with glitter glaze or additives. Eggshell and satin are two finishes often found in speciality paints, such as bathroom or kitchen products. And this creates the confusion between matt and silk. After all, you’re left with just a few rooms and no idea on which finish to choose. Before finding out when you should use matt and when to use silk, let’s run through the differences between them. Walls aside, matt paint is the only one that should be used on ceilings unless you want to stare at blotches, glares and brush strokes. Other products will enable you to upgrade furnishings and accessories with exciting spray paint, add a magical touch with the help of paint glitter and wallpaper gems, and keep all natural wood features pristine. Exterior Paint

Matt paint is defined by experts as dull. It doesn’t shine at all and dries to a smooth, velvety finish that hides surface imperfections. The downside is that the velvety surface is porous and gets stained easily. You can opt for washable matt paint, but it will still need more maintenance than silk. The two interior wall paints intended for residential use are the flat paints, which are matt or ultra-matt, and the low-sheen paints, a range of products comprising eggshell, silk and satin finishes.Silk paint dries to a smooth low-sheen finish that provides a graceful glow. This paint is elegant and easy to maintain, but its slightly shiny surface may highlight some surface imperfections.

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