Little Greene Interior Oil Eggshell Lute 317 Paint
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Little Greene Interior Oil Eggshell in Lute 317
A beautiful oil-based eggshell that offers a high quality, low sheen finish. Highly recommended for use on interior woodwork and primed metal work as it gives a hard wearing, durable and water-resistant finish. It also offers fantastic coverage and excellent depth of colour. Its formulated to be fully washable and therefore perfect for high traffic areas and busy family homes.
Features & Benefits
Available in the full range of Little Greene colours
Coverage: Up to 16m2 per litre
Base: Oil Based
Uses: Interior woodwork and primed metal work
Recommended Coats: 2 Coats
Drying Time: 4 Hours
Re-coat Time: 16 Hours
Sheen Level: 10-20%, Low Sheen Eggshell
Testers:Little Greene Tester Pots can only be provided in Absolute Matt as a colour reference.
Delivery:In stock items will be mixed in store and delivered within 2-3 working days, however some paints may need to be ordered in or sent straight from the manufacturer and can take up to 3-5 working days.
Note: Colours can vary on screen, we also recommend to purchase a tester pot or order one of our Little Greene colour charts free of charge before you decide on your final paint colour.
Returns:Our Little Greene paints are all mixed especially to order and can therefore not be returned.
Ensure knots are sealed if required the wood can also be primed with Little Greene ASP (All Surface Primer). Damp wood should never be painted as this may cause flaking, blistering and cracking as the finish will be unable to adhere to the surface.
New ferrous metalwork should be hand, or mechanically cleaned, to remove any surface rust before application of Little Greene ASP Non-ferrous metals must be pre-treated or primed with Little Greene ASP.
Previously Painted Surfaces
Ensure any loose of flaking paint is removed. Clean any grease with a sugar soap and thoroughly rinse with clean water. Rub down the surface with a medium grade sandpaper. Repair any cracks with an appropriate filler and ensure any bare surfaces are suitably primed.
Use a high quality natural bristle brush that is suitably sized for the project at hand. New brushes should be conditioned by washing in clean white spirit and thoroughly drying with a clean, lint free, cloth. Avoid drips by not over loading the brush with product. or the highest quality appearance, keep final brush strokes all in the same direction and never go over paint that has already begun to dry.
Strong colours may require 3 coats to achieve an even coverage.
As this is an oil based product brushes and rollers will need to be cleaned with white spirit, or appropriate substitute, immediately after use.