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Metallic paints on venetian

Discussion in 'General Marble Plastering Discussions' started by camnz, Feb 10, 2018.

  1. camnz

    camnz Active Member

    Hi just wondering if anyone uses metallic paints? I did a wall at home last week and think it looks pretty mad...Seems to change colours on different angles DSCN4043.jpg DSCN4047.JPG DSCN4053.jpg DSCN4044.jpg
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  2. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    That does look good.

    I know that venetian and paint effects go hand in hand
  3. Adsy83

    Adsy83 Member

    That looks amazing.... But wtf is the corrugated roofing... You do venetian in sheds??? :}
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  4. plas1

    plas1 Active Member

    Is that giorgio graesan by any chance?
  5. zolco

    zolco Private Member

    I was looking at that too pmsl
  6. flynnyman

    flynnyman Private Member

    Looks similar in the pics to istinto but I think it's more of a rub in type thing.
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  7. camnz

    camnz Active Member

    Yep it's Istinto and yep it's coro roofing lol We put it through the whole house looks sweet lots of homes have it up here it's common in the top end of Australia no painting easy to clean and no water damage if the roof leaks. We had 1200mm of rain in January UK gets about 900mm a year :frio:
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  8. camnz

    camnz Active Member

    yeah i had the paint (Gioia)tints and istinto in the shed and decided to try it out while we were flooded in for 2 weeks. I tried to paint a wall last year and stuffed it up massively so lost confidence but after this one I'm keen to do another.
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