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Walls
TA K E O N O U T D O O R P R O J E C T S
C O V E R F E AT U R E
Door
Summer is here... at last! It’s the perfect time to get outside and take on those outdoor projects you’ve been hanging out to do. And here’s your guide to getting it done with a splash of colour and style. From the front door to the kids’ play house, outdoor retreats and a modernised dog house, there’s enough inspiration and how to steps to get you through this summer.
So, let’s get started!
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Use this guide as inspiration to choose your project. Explore more imagery on our website or social channels.
For a larger size colour swatch sample, order online at dulux.co.nz/colour. For further help, talk to our Help & Advice Team on 0800 800 424.
Follow the instructions on pack and in this guide to gather all the help you need for the best possible result.
Visit dulux.co.nz to view our ‘how to’ videos
Once complete, you can sit back and enjoy your new space. Be sure to share your transformation with us on our social channels.
Be inspired Select Prepare Celebrate!
We’ll give you all the advice and colour inspiration you’ll need to refresh your front door and verandah, so you can welcome your guests in style.
Dulux Okarito
Dulux Waitara Beach
W H AT T O C O N S I D E R B E F O R E Y O U S TA R T
S P R AY I N G 1. If undertaking a smaller spray project, for ease of application use a Lazy Susan. This will help you spray
the object evenly on all sides. 2. To help protect surfaces from overspray, use drop sheets, tape or newspaper. Ensure the surface to be
painted is clean and dry, free from grease, rust and dirt. If priming bare steel and iron, or an undercoat is required, use a Dulux Duramax® Undercoat (Metal or Plastic).
3. Shake the can for at least one minute before use and regularly during use. 4. After spraying, prevent blocking by flipping the can upside down and spraying until clear gas emerges. 5. Always wipe the front of the nozzle clean.
H O W M U C H PA I N T D O I N E E D ? Save time and money by calculating the amount of paint you need before making your purchase. This will ensure you won’t run out of paint during the course of your project and may help reduce the amount of waste.
Head to dulux.co.nz/paint-calculator and find out how much paint you need in a few easy steps!
S U R FA C E P R E PA R AT I O N Advice for painting weathered surfaces Is the surface ready for painting? 1. Test the adhesion on all previously painted surfaces by cutting a small ‘X’ through the existing paint with
a sharp blade, press cellulose tape firmly across the cut and then rip off the tape. If the paint comes off, it is unsound and should be removed.
2. Repeat at random in a number of areas to test the surface. Scrape off all loose and flaking paint and ensure the surface is dry.
3. If you are unsure, we recommend that you contact our Help & Advice team on 0800 800 424.
Does the surface have mould? 1. Remove all mould and mildew from the surface by applying Dulux® Prep Wash or scrubbing with a
diluted household bleach solution (one part bleach, three parts water). Make sure you are wearing rubber gloves and eye protection.
2. Rinse surface well with water. 3. We recommend you use Dulux Weathershield® for your top coat.
Is the surface peeling or flaking? 1. Prepare the surface by removing all loose paint with a scraper or wire brush. 2. Make sure you sand any rough surfaces, then apply Dulux Weathershield. If using Chromamax® base,
prime bare timber first with Dulux 1Step® Prep.
Does the surface have rust or is aged? (for metal surfaces only) 1. Galvanised Iron: Remove rust by scraping, sanding or wire brushing the surface. Wipe surface clean with
mineral turps or Metalshield® Brush Thinner to remove residual rust, grease, oils and dirt. Allow to dry. Apply 1 coat of Dulux PRECISION® All Metal Primer.
2. Ferrous Metals (Steel & Wrought Iron): Remove all rust by scraping, sanding or wire brushing the surface. Wipe surface clean with mineral turps or Metalshield Brush Thinner to remove residual rust, grease, oils and dirt. Allow to dry. Apply 2 coats of Dulux PRECISION All Metal Primer. In high corrosion environments (eg coastal), see www.dulux.co.nz for further options.
3. Zincalume®, Aluminium, Copper, Brass or Stainless Steel: Wash down surface with sugar soap and a Scotch-Brite pad to remove grease, oils, dirt or any corrosion. Rinse with clean water and allow to dry. Apply 1 coat of Dulux PRECISION All Metal Primer.
Advice for painting new surfaces Painting new exterior timber surfaces 1. Sand all dressed timber. 2. For timber surfaces, fill nail holes with a flexible, exterior wood-filler. 3. Ensure filled/putty surface is sound by conducting an adhesion test. 4. Dulux Weathershield is self priming on most surfaces. However, if choosing a colour tinted from a
Chromamax® base on bare timber, use Dulux 1Step Prep before applying two coats of Dulux Weathershield.
Painting exterior brick, masonry, or fibro cement surfaces 1. New masonry should be cured for a minimum of 28 days before painting. 2. Ensure the surface is clear of any loose sand or cement. Fill holes with grouting cement. 3. Wash down with water using a stiff brush to remove all loose material.
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Need help?
For any further help on your project, call our friendly Help & Advice Team 0800 800 424.
Or you can contact our live chat team online at dulux.co.nz
Walls
1. Follow the preparation steps on page 3 of this guide.
2. Start by cutting in around the edges of the wall with a brush – these are areas the roller cannot easily reach. Maintain a wet-edge by cutting in larger areas in sections as you go. This will help to avoid ‘picture framing’ where unblended cut in areas remain obvious after rolling.
3. Load the roller in the tray with a reasonable amount of paint.
4. Start rolling the wall in an ‘M’ pattern. Continue over the same section until the wall is evenly covered. Roll up to area of 1m2 size or paint wall in sections.
5. Before paint starts to dry, using an unloaded roller, begin in the top left corner of your wall and gently let the roller roll down to the base in a straight line with no pressure. A lightness of touch will prevent new roller marks from forming. Repeat this action only this time, slightly overlap your last movement so your roller rubs away the line created by the previous stroke. Continue this across the area you have painted. This is called laying off.
6. Once the first coat is dry, repeat the total process again with a second coat. A third coat may be required depending on surface and colour selected.
Lanterns
1. Follow the preparation instructions for spraying on page 3 of this guide.
2. Apply Dulux Duramax Go Go Blue gloss in multiple light, mist coats.
3. Now, admire your transformation! Great job!
Table & Bench Seats
1. Follow the preparation steps on page 3 of this guide. If painting a new timber surface, prime with Dulux 1Step Prep.
2. Start by cutting in around the edges of the piece of furniture.
3. Apply Dulux Aquanamel to the surface using short, horizontal brush strokes.
4. Once you’ve completed an area, while paint is still wet, lightly smooth over the painted section with long brush strokes. Do not reload the brush when you do this, a few strokes should be enough to smooth the surface.
5. Allow 2 hours to dry, then give the surface a light sand with 400 grit sandpaper.
6. Repeat above steps for a second coat.
Your Shopping List
High quality synthetic brush for cutting in
Medium nap (10-18mm) synthetic roller
Dulux Duramax in your chosen sheen and colours
Dulux Aquanamel Semi Gloss in your chosen colour
Dulux 1Step® Prep
General Painting Supplies
Roller tray
Cloth
Add a splash of the Mediterranean to your outdoor party area by refreshing your outdoor furniture with sky-coloured Dulux® Aquanamel® Semi Gloss, your walls with Dulux Weathershield® Low Sheen, and by giving some lanterns a wash of Dulux Duramax® in Go Go Blue.
Dulux Weathershield Manorburn Half
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Need help?
For any further help on your project, call our friendly Help & Advice Team 0800 800 424.
Or you can contact our live chat team online at dulux.co.nz
Door
1. Lightly sand the surface to a dull finish then apply 1 coat of Dulux 1Step Prep.
2. Start by cutting in around the edges of the door.
3. Apply Dulux Aquanamel to the surface using short, horizontal brush strokes.
4. Once you’ve completed an area, while paint is still wet, lightly smooth over the painted section with long brush strokes. Do not reload the brush when you do this.
Tip: Don’t brush it too much – a few strokes should be enough to smooth the surface.
5. Use a roller to paint in the middle section. Allow 2 hours to dry, then give the surface a light sand with 400 grit sandpaper.
6. Repeat above steps for a second coat.
Tip: If you’re painting over existing paint work you’ll likely find that it’s coated in either a gloss or semi gloss paint. For best results and to ensure maximum adhesion, sand your surface thoroughly and dust off before painting.
Please check the Light Reflectance Value (LRV) and substrate suitability of your chosen colour before application.
Bench Seat
1. Follow the preparation steps on page 3 of this guide. If painting a new timber surface, prime with Dulux 1Step Prep.
2. Start by cutting in around the edges of the piece of furniture.
3. Apply Dulux Aquanamel to the surface using short, horizontal brush strokes.
4. Once you’ve completed an area, while paint is still wet, lightly smooth over the painted section with long brush strokes. Do not reload the brush when you do this, a few strokes should be enough to smooth the surface.
5. Allow 2 hours to dry, then give the surface a light sand with 400 grit sandpaper.
6. Repeat above steps for a second coat.
Pot & Pot Stand
1. Follow the preparation instructions for spraying on page 3 of this guide.
2. For the pot, use Dulux Duramax Gloss Vivid White and apply in multiple light, mist coats.
For the pot stand, use Dulux Duramax Flat black and apply in multiple light, mist coats.
3. Now, admire your transformation! Great job!
Your Shopping List
Dulux 1Step® Prep
Short nap (5-10mm) synthetic roller
Dulux Duramax® in your chosen sheen and colours
Dulux Aquanamel Semi Gloss in your chosen colour
Dulux 1Step Prep
Short nap (5-10mm) synthetic roller
General Painting Supplies
Roller tray
Cloth
First impressions mean a lot. Embolden your front door and highlight a comfy bench in strong, contrasting colours of Dulux® Aquanamel® for doors, windows and trim. A simple idea that’s sure to delight and welcome visitors.
Dulux Aquanamel Rawene
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Your Shopping List
Dulux Weathershield® Low Sheen in your chosen colour
High quality synthetic brush for cutting in
Medium nap (10-18mm) synthetic roller
Dulux Aquanamel® Semi Gloss in your chosen colour
Dulux 1Step® Prep
Short nap (5-10mm) synthetic roller
General Painting Supplies
Roller tray
Drop sheets
Cloth
Fencing
1. Before you paint your fence, tie back and cover your plants, remove any bikes or cars, brush away any dirt and lay down a drop sheet.
2. To ensure you achieve the best results possible, use a wire brush to remove imperfections on older fences and an anti-moss solution to combat mould.
3. Apply Dulux Timbacryl by brush, roller or spray. Handheld paint sprayers can be a convenient and time saving approach, depending on the style and size of the fence.
Tip: Remember to check the Light Reflectance Value (LRV) and substrate suitability of your chosen colour before application.
Bench Seat
1. Follow the preparation steps on page 3 of this guide. If painting a new timber surface, prime with Dulux 1Step Prep.
2. Start by cutting in around the edges of the piece of furniture.
3. Apply Dulux Aquanamel to the surface using short, horizontal brush strokes.
4. Once you’ve completed an area, while paint is still wet, lightly smooth over the painted section with long brush strokes. Do not reload the brush when you do this, a few strokes should be enough to smooth the surface.
5. Allow 2 hours to dry, then give the surface a light sand with 400 grit sandpaper.
6. Repeat above steps for a second coat.
Paint the kennel. Paint the fence. Fix up those old benches. These are some of the jobs we’ve all been putting off throughout the winter. Now’s the time to get it all done, and make your backyard an all-time classic.
Dog Kennel
1. Start by cutting in around the edges and hard to reach areas using Dulux Weathershield.
2. Apply paint to the surface using short, horizontal brush strokes.
3. Smooth over the wet painted section with long brush strokes. Do not reload the brush when you do this, a few strokes should be enough to smooth the surface.
4. Repeat this process for the second coat. Allow to dry, then give the surface a light sand with 400 grit sandpaper and repeat for a second coat.
5. If painting bare timber a third coat will need to be applied.
Tip: For a durable finish, allow a minimum of two hours drying time between each coat then enjoy the new look.
Need help?
For any further help on your project, call our friendly Help & Advice Team 0800 800 424.
Or you can contact our live chat team online at dulux.co.nz
Dulux Weathershield Whangaparoa
Dulux Aquanamel Okarito
Dulux Timbacryl Ebony
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Need help?
For any further help on your project, call our friendly Help & Advice Team 0800 800 424.
Or you can contact our live chat team online at dulux.co.nz
Suede Wall
1. Follow the preparation steps on page 3 of this guide. Ensure you apply the appropriate primer on any unpainted surface.
2. Start by cutting in around the edges of the wall with a brush – these are areas the roller cannot easily reach.
3. Load the roller in the tray with a reasonable amount of paint.
4. Start rolling the wall in an ‘M’ pattern. Start closest to the natural light source. Continue over the same section until the wall is evenly covered.
5. Using an unloaded roller begin in the top left corner of your wall and gently let the roller roll down to the baseboards in a straight line with no pressure. A lightness of touch will prevent new roller marks from forming. Repeat this action only this time, slightly overlap your last movement so your roller rubs away the line created by the previous stroke. Continue this across the area you have painted. This is called laying off.
6. Reload your roller and repeat until the wall is complete.
7. Working in small sections, approximately 1m x 1m, apply the second or final coat with a wide brush in a random brush stroke action to achieve the suede effect. Make sure to overlap brushed areas to achieve an even effect. Avoid touching up. Rolling alone is not recommended.
Side Table
1. Follow the preparation steps on page 3 of this guide. If painting a new timber surface, prime with Dulux 1Step Prep.
2. Start by cutting in around the edges of the piece of furniture.
3. Apply Dulux Aquanamel to the surface using short, horizontal brush strokes.
4. Once you’ve completed an area, while paint is still wet, lightly smooth over the painted section with long brush strokes. Do not reload the brush when you do this, a few strokes should be enough to smooth the surface.
5. Allow 2 hours to dry, then give the surface a light sand with 400 grit sandpaper.
6. Repeat above steps for a second coat.
Chair
1. Follow the preparation instructions for spraying on page 3 of this guide.
2. Use Dulux Duramax Flat Black and apply in multiple light, mist coats.
3. Now, admire your transformation! Great job!
Your Shopping List
Medium nap (10-18mm) synthetic roller
Dulux Duramax® in your chosen sheen and colours
Dulux Aquanamel® Semi Gloss in your chosen colour
Dulux 1Step® Prep
Short nap (5-10mm) synthetic roller
General Painting Supplies
Roller tray
Cloth
More ‘me time’ in the summertime is not that far away. Refresh your sunroom walls with Dulux® Design Suede Effect, and restore favourite reading chair in Dulux Duramax® Flat Black. Then all you need is a good book and a drink.
Dulux Design Suede Eco Chic
Dulux Duramax Flat Black
Dulux Aquanamel Heaphy Track
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Need help?
For any further help on your project, call our friendly Help & Advice Team 0800 800 424.
Or you can contact our live chat team online at dulux.co.nz
Play House
1. Follow the preparation steps on page 3 of this guide.
2. Start by cutting in around the edges of the wall with a brush using Dulux Weathershield.
3. For best results, begin at the top and work your way down. Paint the underside of your boards then the face. Use long strokes in horizontal motions from one side to the other.
4. Allow the first coat to dry and repeat the total process again with a second coat.
5. If painting bare timber a third coat will need to be applied.
Tip: Never stop halfway along a board and return to it later or you’ll create an overlapping of paint, which is difficult to correct.
Picnic Table
1. Follow the preparation steps on page 3 of this guide. If painting a new timber surface, prime with Dulux 1Step Prep.
2. Start by cutting in around the edges of the piece of furniture.
3. Apply paint to the surface using short, horizontal brush strokes.
4. Once you’ve completed an area, while paint is still wet, lightly smooth over the painted section with long brush strokes. Do not reload the brush when you do this, a few strokes should be enough to smooth the surface.
5. Use a roller to paint in the middle section.
6. Repeat this process until complete. Allow to dry, then give the surface a light sand with 400 grit sandpaper and repeat for a second coat.
Your shopping list
High quality synthetic brush for cutting in
Medium nap (10-18mm) synthetic roller for walls
Dulux Aquanamel® Gloss in your chosen colour
Dulux 1Step® Prep
Short nap (5-10mm) synthetic roller
400 Grit Sandpaper
General Painting Supplies…