Sep 27, 2007 6:31 pm
A few months ago I posted a thread looking for a website that sold paint online. Most of the responses I got indicated that there was no one that did it. I had to go to my local hardware store, and paid a whopping $70 for 4L To top it off when I got home it wasnt the colour I was looking for and Im convinced that they must have mixed it wrong, it didnt even match the chip. I didnt bother taking it back as I had used half the tin before my wife pointed out the error.
I recently started looking on the web again incase I could buy online. I found a website that is offering paint really cheap. They have 4L for only $24.95!!!
I thought the quality wouldn't be great but I bought some and it was BETTER than what I got before, and the colour was a lot brighter too!
Anyway, I thought Id let you all know so you could see for yourselves. DEFINATELY worth a look.
Re: Buying paint online - FOUND!2
Sep 27, 2007 6:44 pm
Glade that worked out for you…..you’re very brave doing it that way.
I see they don’t have exterior paints…wounder why??
But its good to have someone opinion of the company!!
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Richard the brave3
Sep 27, 2007 7:10 pm
It was really cheap so worth a try. I dont know why they dont do exterior paints, but there interiors are great quality.
As for being brave, I was really just looking for a basic colour. Its a rental property so just needed something that was durable and cheap. I bought there Blue Snowball colour and it looks really nice, pretty easy to clean too. I used to buy WA Salvage brand for the same reason, but this is even cheaper.
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