In preparation for “Braai Day” on 24 September, South Africans are getting ready to enjoy this truely South African activity. Dulux has just the product!
How to “Spice Up” your braai with Dulux’s Heat Resistant Duco Spray:
- Masking Tape
- Plastic (Refuse Bag can work)
- Cloth (to clean surface)
- Dulux Heat Resistant Duco Spray (available in Black and Aluminium)
Make sure the surface to be painted on is prepared appropriately by wiping with a clean cloth
Mark out your desired design by using masking tape.
Plastic can be used to ensure that only the selected areas are exposed to the Duco Spray.
Once you are sure that the desired area have been covered thoroughly (light coats), leave to dry for about 15-30mins.
After the allocated time has passed – simply remove the masking tape to reveal your unique braai!
THINGS TO NOTE Regarding DUCOSPRAY:
- Ducospray is a versatile, rapid drying aerosol paint for a professional finish.
- Particularly recommended for objects which are difficult to paint by brush.
- World famous Duco packed in aerosol form.
- Rapid drying times – second coat can be applied after 30mins
- Superb appearance and excellent durability
- Extremely easy to use
- Excellent cover and freedom from sagging
Dulux Weatherguard: For built in braais with paintable wall areas
The term “four seasons in one day” has long been applied to South Africa’s harsh weather patterns, which is why it’s important to protect the walls of your home from the elements. Weatherguard minimises the damage incurred by our extreme climate. It is a premium quality exterior paint with Maxiflex® known to bridge hairline cracks up to two millimetres and hide minor imperfections.Weatherguard’s Maxiflex® enables the coating to expand and contract with substrate movement providing lasting flexibility.It is alkali resistant and can be applied directly to bare plaster