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Leyland Acrylic Primer Undercoat

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Leyland Trade Acrylic Primer Undercoat is a general purpose water-based undercoat, with quick drying and low odour properties. Suitable for interior and exterior bare timber surfaces.

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  • Overall is rated at a 5/5 for Leyland Acrylic Primer Undercoat :

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Review for Leyland Acrylic Primer Undercoat by Handmade Creations Joinery
26th September 2020

BRILLIANT!! This has made painting so much easier! I paint a lot of mdf and these seals the end grain like nothing I’ve seen, absolutely great stuff perfect finish every time

BRILLIANT!! This has made painting so much easier! I paint a lot of mdf and these seals the end grain like nothing I’ve seen, absolutely great stuff perfect finish every time


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Review for Leyland Acrylic Primer Undercoat by Z.I.Property Services
13th April 2019

Great product at a great price. This is my ‘go to’ primer for using on new timer before applying an oil based undercoat. Dries super fast meaning you can get at least a couple of coats on same day

Great product at a great price. This is my ‘go to’ primer for using on new timer before applying an oil based undercoat. Dries super fast meaning you can get at least a couple of coats on same day


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