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French emulsion.

Posted by sabc15-427548 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Tryval - 3 years ago

Hope you'r painting soon, Kind Regards.

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Posted by sabc15-427548 - 3 years ago

Thanks for all your replies,but at the moment I have to put it on hold,as at thr ripe old age of 73 have now got measles,so no painting for the next few weeks,thanks again.sabc15.

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Posted by valbonne-home - 3 years ago

Tollens or Albertini.

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Posted by meadowgirl - 3 years ago

I have paint if you need it.

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Posted by lollymatch - 3 years ago

The professional paint which we supply at Gourin Materiaux has been used on "chateau" applications and gives a superb result in both matt & satin finishes. There is a dedicated "sous-couche"or undercoat  primer for a first coat on new surfaces, all of which are roughly 50 euros for a 10 litre tub.   

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Posted by Tryval - 3 years ago

Chevrefeuille, good advice! Nothing wrong with French paint either.

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Posted by stonedecroze - 3 years ago

Tollens produce great paint even if perhaps a little expensive.

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Posted by Karen-381938 - 3 years ago

geegee42, it was definitely emulsion.

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Posted by bcw66 - 3 years ago

Sabc I have helped you in the past I will be over in March if that helps 

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Posted by chèvrefeuille - 3 years ago

Sabc15, I suggest you try some French paint as living your life according to expat myths is rarely the best course.