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New White No. 59

C$8.00
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Delivery time: 3-4 days

A fresh cream

This creamy tone is only deemed as ‘new’ because it feels much fresher than more traditional whites such as Lime White. It will warm up any room with its soft illumination, working particularly well in a country kitchen setting alongside our other Yellow Based Neutrals. New White can look milkier in colour if contrasted with White Tie or cleaner when paired with India Yellow. 

Recommended Primer & Undercoat: White & Light Tones

Complementary white: White Tie

Estate Emulsion:  Interior walls and ceilings with 2% sheen.  Signature chalky, very matte finish.

Coverage 100ml - 9 sq feet    1 Gallon - 570 sq feet

Modern Emulsion:  Interior walls, bathroom, kitchen and busy area. 7% sheen.  Washable, mold and mildew resistant slightly matte finish.

Coverage 1 Gallon - 480 sq feet

Estate Eggshell: Interior walls, wood, metal and kitchen cabinetry with 20% sheen.  Signature, very durable satin finish.

Coverage 750ml - 95 sq feet    1 Gallon - 480 sq feet

Modern Eggshell:  Interior walls, staircases, floors, kitchen cabinets and metal.  40% sheen.  Extremely durable mid sheen finish.

Coverage  750ml - 95 sq feet    1 Gallon - 480 sq feet

Full Gloss:  Interior and Exterior wood and metal.  95% sheen.  Most durable high gloss finish.

Coverage  750ml - 95 sq feet    1 Gallon - 480 sq feet

Dead Flat:  Interior walls, ceilings, wood and metal.  2% sheen

Coverage  750ml - 95 sq feet    1 Gallon - 480 sq feet

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