Crown Solo One Coat Gloss

  4.0/5.0 (1 reviews)
1 coat = Standard Coverage
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2 coats = Additional Coverage
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Wood type and application method can vary coverage.

  • A solvent based, ready-to-use, gloss paint for interior and exterior wood and metal
  • Perfect for skirting boards, door frames, doors, windows, radiators and more
  • Leaves a high shine finish
  • Formulated for one coat coverage
  • High V.O.C
Brand Crown
No. of coats 1
Coverage Up to 12 per litre
Drying time hrs
Size 750ml, 2.5L
MPN 5026869, 5026868
GTIN 5010131115868, 5010131115103

High performance formula is guaranteed to cover with just one coat, making it a time-saving solution. For the best results, use with Crown Undercoat.

Ensure that all surfaces to be painted are clean, dry and free from all surface contaminates such as grease, grime, dust, dirt and sanding dust.

  1. Wooden and metal surfaces that have been previously painted should be thoroughly abraded to provide a sound key before painting with Crown Solo Gloss paint
  2. Remove all traces of sanding dust with a vacuum or slightly damp cloth before painting
  3. If necessary, move or cover your furniture
  4. When painting new wood or metal, prime the surface first with Crown Undercoat and allow the primer to dry thoroughly before applying the new top coat

Always do a test area before starting any project and follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times.

Keep rooms well ventilated to reduce paint odour and reduce drying times. Do not apply Crown Solo Gloss paint in damp or humid conditions or in rooms with a temperature less than 10℃. Stir the paint thoroughly before and periodically during use to ensure a consistent finish.

  1. Apply Solo One Coat Gloss with a good quality brush
  2. Load paint generously and apply evenly and thickly, finishing in one direction
  3. In warm, dry conditions the paint can dry rapidly and over brushing should be avoided to avoid brush marks
1 customer reviews
Great product IF used correctly by David Richardson

If you mix this before use it will take 48 hours to dry and will be very runny, if you don't mix it, it takes about 10 hrs to be touch dry in cold temps. I only mixed it to add 2 tble spoons of black to prevent it going yellow which all oil based glosses do if you don't, i should have then let it settle over night after mixing but didn't, so the first time took ages to dry, 2nd time was just fine.

Reviewed 2.5L on: 30/01/17