Accent Doors, Windows & Trims Water Based Gloss Extra Bright 1L

Accent® Doors, Windows and Trims Water Based Gloss is suitable for interior and exterior projects including high traffic areas, kitchens, bathrooms and laundries. A tough and hardwearing finish that is fast drying and easy to clean. Suitable for use over a water or oil based coating.

  • In cool or humid conditions allow longer dry times. Ensure temperature is above 10°C during application and drying.
  • Up to 16m2 per litre coverage (depending on the surface)
  • Easy water clean up
  • Gloss sheen level, providing a high light reflection to accentuate certain surfaces

TOOLS TO APPLY THE PAINT
We recommend using quality tools to help you achieve a professional result.
Brush: Use a good quality brush to paint corners, around windows, doors and trims or any other areas not accessible with a roller.
Roller: Use a short nap (5-10mm) synthetic roller. Using other roller types will affect the final finish achieved.
Spray: Thinning the paint is not usually required, but up to 10% water can be added to help spraying. If spraying, back rolling is recommended for an even finish. Back rolling is the use of a short nap roller to lightly roll over the freshly painted surface immediately after the spray application.

Description

Accent® Doors, Windows and Trims Water Based Gloss is suitable for interior and exterior projects including high traffic areas, kitchens, bathrooms and laundries. A tough and hardwearing finish that is fast drying and easy to clean. Suitable for use over a water or oil based coating.

  • In cool or humid conditions allow longer dry times. Ensure temperature is above 10°C during application and drying.
  • Up to 16m2 per litre coverage (depending on the surface)
  • Easy water clean up
  • Gloss sheen level, providing a high light reflection to accentuate certain surfaces

TOOLS TO APPLY THE PAINT
We recommend using quality tools to help you achieve a professional result.
Brush: Use a good quality brush to paint corners, around windows, doors and trims or any other areas not accessible with a roller.
Roller: Use a short nap (5-10mm) synthetic roller. Using other roller types will affect the final finish achieved.
Spray: Thinning the paint is not usually required, but up to 10% water can be added to help spraying. If spraying, back rolling is recommended for an even finish. Back rolling is the use of a short nap roller to lightly roll over the freshly painted surface immediately after the spray application.