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Good kitchen paint

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MoniqueTonique Sat 06-Apr-19 12:29:56

Any recommendations for a good brand of kitchen paint? Ideally wipe clean, and a good range of colours, I'm thinking of a duck egg blue or sage green. Thanks.

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Imicola Sat 06-Apr-19 18:21:55

We got crown scrubbable paint from our local crown decorating centre, which can be mixed in any of their colours (or I think in fact, any colour). Looks good, but so far we haven't needed to test the scrubbability!

MoniqueTonique Sat 06-Apr-19 21:26:17

Thank you, sounds like just what I'm looking forsmile

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Babdoc Sat 06-Apr-19 21:31:14

I’d recommend Dulux kitchen paints. They’re designed to cope with both steam and grease. I used them 20 years ago, and have only needed to repaint with them again 2 years ago. They stay in beautiful condition and wipe clean easily. My kitchen is painted a pale peachy shade, with cream units and a terracotta floor, and copper lamps. The paint surface has a soft sheen finish. I’m very pleased with it.

MoniqueTonique Sun 07-Apr-19 07:46:51

Thank you* Babdoc* wow that's a long lasting paint! I will pop to B&Q later and have a look at the Dulux range.

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KitchenAdvice Tue 16-Apr-19 15:33:38

Try Eico Alterior matt
eicó Alterior matt is a high quality waterborne paint made of 100% pure Acrylics. It dries to a non-yellowing flat finish and excellent colour retention. It has low dirt pick-up, good weathering properties and washability.

raymunn.co.uk/shop/eico/eico-alterior-matt

gc1967 Tue 16-Apr-19 23:19:15

Crown Trade Clean extreme you wont regret using it

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