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Old 15th July 2013, 17:37   #1 (permalink)
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Hello. Have searched forum but cannot find information on buying paint for outside walls. Looking for paint,not whitewash. What do I look for in DIY store? Thanks in advance,Derek.
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Old 15th July 2013, 17:47   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Outside paint

DIŞ CEPHE BOYA ıs exterıor paınt.Emulsıon type paınts ın turkey usually have to be dıluted wıth water as ıf used neat can make exıstıng paınt bubble up and blıster--makıng a rıght mess and then you have a lot of sandıng to do.Thats why you thınk ıts whıtewash---ıts not--ıts just watered down and the ınstructıons to do thıs are on the tub but ı do thınk turkısh paınters put too much water ın ıt anyway.
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Old 15th July 2013, 18:19   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Outside paint

Have a look for Marshalls Akrikore (I think that's the name) According to a friend in Bodrum who was a painter and decorator in the UK it's excellent although more expensive than the other silicon external paints.
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Re: Outside paint

Exterior Paint

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DIŞ CEPHE BOYA ıs exterıor paınt.Emulsıon type paınts ın turkey usually have to be dıluted wıth water as ıf used neat can make exıstıng paınt bubble up and blıster--makıng a rıght mess and then you have a lot of sandıng to do.Thats why you thınk ıts whıtewash---ıts not--ıts just watered down and the ınstructıons to do thıs are on the tub but ı do thınk turkısh paınters put too much water ın ıt anyway.
Make sure its plastik acrylik or elastomerik boya otherwise you are likely to get whitewash

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Re: Outside paint

Yeah agree with the Marshalls, costs 40tl for 2.5 litres and around 180tl for 15 litres

BUT very good indeed.
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Re: Outside paint

I used DYO NANO paint on our triplex last September.It's a self cleaning paint,with nano technology & our house is still the whitest in the row.
The 'nano' comes from the fact that when it rains,the rainwater washes away the dirt/dust that is on the walls while keeping a brilliant white finish .
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We use Filli Boya. Slightly more expensive than the norm (around 190TL to 200TL for 15 litres) but self cleaning and exceptional quality.
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