Dulux Trade Quick Dry Satinwood

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Key benefits
  • Excellent satin finish
  • Advanced water based technology
  • Tough, durable finish
Product Features
  • Fantastic Dulux Quality
Technical Information
  • Finish Satin
  • Coverage Up to 12m² per litre
  • Drying Time Dependent on temperature and humidity
  • Recoatable 4-6 hours
  • Thinning Water 10
  • Composition Water-based

Product Description

Dulux Trade Quick Dry Satinwood is an advanced water-based, satin finish that provides a smooth, durable top coat for use on both interior wood and metal.

Application Description

Application: Apply by brush, roller or spray. For best results use a good quality synthetic (nylon polyester) brush, designed for use with water-based paints. STIR THOROUGHLY BEFORE USE. The normal finishing process is 2 full coats of Dulux Trade Quick Dry Satinwood on previously coated or suitably primed surfaces. Where a strong colour change is involved, or when overcoating a factory primed substrate, we recommend that a coat of Dulux Trade Quick Dry Undercoat is applied.

Technical & Safety Documentation

  • EPD Quick Dry Satinwood.PDF
  • dt_551__quick_dry_satinwood.pdf
  • dt_qd_satinwood_leed_attestation.pdf
  • DT_GB_EN_QUICK_DRY_SATINWOOD.pdf
  • dt_qd_satinwood_breeam_attestation.pdf

Colour Range

Colour Futures 2020, Colour Futures 2022, Armstead Colour Guide, Colour Palette Fandeck, Dulux Trade Pro Colour Guide, Heritage, Dulux Trade Commercial Colour Guide, Colour Futures 2021, Colour Futures 2019, National Colour Wall, BS4800, RAL Classic, Weathershield Professional Colour Guide Masonry

Tips & Advice

  • 1. Preparing the Surfaces
    To get the best results, ensure surfaces to be painted are sound, clean and dry (new surfaces particularly must be fully dry). See Dulux Trade Datasheet 551 for full information at duluxtrade.co.uk or by telephoning 0333 222 70 70. Before surface preparation, read the Health & Safety information about old lead paints. Water-borne coatings can be sensitive to rubber containing plasticisers such as flexible PVC strips. The paint film may partially dissolve due to these plasticisers and become sticky. It is advisable to replace such flexible strips with those made of EPDM rubber. We recommend that you seek the advice of the manufacturers of the strips regarding this problem.
  • 2. Cleaning
    After use, remove as much paint as possible from equipment before cleaning with water
  • 3. Storing
    Do not use or store in extremes of temperature and protect from frost