Direct To Metal DTM Paint

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Direct To Metal DTM Paint Overview


Direct To Metal also known as DTM Paint is a fast air drying hi-build gloss finish, often applied direct to bare or primed metal.
Smooth Paint - Direct To Metal - can be applied by brush, roller & spray providing a hard wearing durable finish.

  • Can be applied directly onto rusty metal.
  • No need for primer or undercoat.
  • Hard wearing protection.
  • Corrosion resistant.
  • Easy application.
  • Interior & exterior surfaces.
  • Available in BS4800, BS381c & Ral colours
We highly recommend cleaning paint brushes, paint rollers & spray equipment with our Industrial Brush Cleaner & Thinner available in 1 litre & 5 litre can sizes.
  
Specification
Brand Trade Paints
Application Brush, Roller, Spray
Drying Time 30 Mins
Overcoating Time 60 Mins
Coverage m² P/Litre 12
Finish Gloss
Size 1 Litre
Recommended Thinner Industrial Thinner
MPN PT1570
SKU PT1571
Thinners 1104
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Customer reviews

(11 Customer reviews)

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DTM paint

Ordering straightforward, good quality paint

James Medley | York | March 2023

This paint is excellent, dries fast and you can overcoat it within 20 mins, so several coats if required within an hour. I have used this type of paint for years and can say with confidence it works on bare metal extremely well. No primer required. I have also used the hammer finished version and again is excellent.

Nothing to dislike all good

Terry Storey | Dover | September 2022

Covers really well

Great colour

Richard | Surrey | June 2022

Covers really well

Great colour

Richard | Surrey | June 2022

Difficult

I couldn't get a smooth finish with brushes. Unsing a gloss paint roller solved this problem. The paint dries very quickly. Don't start unless unless that part of the job can be completed without lengthy interruptions like lunch or a shower of rain. I am applying the paint to an almost black surface. It's going to need 2 and possibly 3 coats.

Terrence Edward Fowler | Colchester | June 2022

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