43 questions from our users
I have made a wooden carved jewelry box and have been experimenting with White Knight Super Gold pressure pack paint. I am very impressed with the result but I would like to coat it with a clear film paint because I have found the gold paint is very easy to scratch or wear away with handeking. Can you recommend a product which will not change the gold luster?
Just purchase a can of the squirts enamel sanded and cleaned in every coat as advised left it dry for 3 days in perfect conditions went to put a sealed fitting on it with marine Sinkaflex and now it has eaten the paint
hi i am using white knight rust guard hammer finish - i can only use paint brush in the area but it is leaving some 'flat' spots in the finish am stirring the paint as per instructions - applied lightly and heavily and tried not to overwork it but still getting them - any suggestions?
Can I use white knight tile and laminate on timber. I am painting the tiles and wooden cabinets and wondering if I can use the primer on both surfaces
I ask 4dgs ago question about white knight primer NO answer whats the use. To ask a other question...……
I have to ask some where ells
Is white knight rust quard quick dry true bite primer any good for qalvenized steel
I'm having trouble getting the chalk off the white knight chalk paint. We have painted it on Gyprock.
Can I spray Gloss lacquer over Satin
Can you white knight paint to paint shower floor tiles
I do not think white knight paint will be the answer to painting shower floor tiles unless it is specifically identified for use on wet ceramics. There are other paints that meet this criterion.
I would not recommend white knight paint for a tiled shower floor, you would need a specialised paint for this job, there are also company’s that specialise in this work depending on your budget.
They do not recommend it, one because of the moisture content and secondly because it’s not a structural paint, most recommend a 2pac paint, however I did both shower floors, the en-suite is used 4 times a day and has been over 12 months now and I have not had any problems with it. I cleaned the shower really well with their tile cleaner and give it a really good sand as mine were glossy tiles to rough up the surface to help first coat of undercoat to adhere then applied two coats of under coat and two finish coats of colour, sanding in between each coat. Left it to dry for 14 days before applying the silicone. I only use jif with a chux to clean it each week. The issue is because of the water constantly sitting on it, I use a shower caddy to put all my shampoo/conditioner bottles on...nothing left sitting on the shower floor and make sure each night that there is no water pooling in spots, i wouldn’t use any of those suction type rubber mats or that would over time possibly cause an issue. I used the glossy based one to match the rest of the bathroom floor and between first colour coat and again on the final coat sprinkled a small amount of glitter ( yes glitter ) and it helped to prevent it from being slippery. When I had to renew the silicone I allowed the shower to dry for a couple of days before removing it with a plastic silicone remover stick...no sharp objects like knives. Paint stayed on then allowed a couple of days for silicone to cure. This of course will only works if you have two bathrooms...most reviews I’ve read people haven’t been overly confident with the paint...I’m big on preparation even if it takes more time. I personally love my bathrooms and happy I’ve done them. Temperature and humidity can also play a big part in the process of drying times. Hope this helps.
I have painted my metal letterbox with Rust Guard epoxy enamel, can I now apply splashes water based enamel over the top.
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