Walpamur Water Paint

Household - Painting, Decorating

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Year: 1951         Item #: 672         Views: 3,082         Comments: 2

Walpamur Water Paint

Walpamur Water Paint for the homes of Britain.

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Comments by steve saunders on 14th March 2013  saunders731@btinternet.com 

after 50 yrs in the trade the products we are using today are a load of rubbish. you could not beat things like walpamur oil bound distemper and paint with a lead base in it for lasting.

Comments by R. Smith on 28th March 2008  rakebeckbob@talktalk.net 

Walpamur Water Paint was a quality water based finish for ceilings and walls before the advent of PVA emulsion paints in the mid 50s. It wasn't washable, but could be wiped down with a damp cloth.
It provided a smooth finish (brushed on) which did not come off on clothes unlike the cheaper, more common distempers such as 'Marvo' and Siscolin'.


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