Continuing a high standard in performance

Even in the busiest of the households, you can rely on Wash&Wear®. Here's how:

Ultimate washability and resistance

Wash&Wear is a cut above the rest when it comes to stain, scratch, scrape and scrub resistance.

Hardwearing and durable

Wash&Wear keeps your walls looking freshly painted for longer.

First truly washable matt interior paint

There's no need to choose between a sophisticated matt finish and superior washability; now you can have both.

Leading hiding power

With high levels of concentrated pigment, Wash&Wear+PLUS Super Hide can cover any colour in two coats.

Protection for a healthy home

Wash&Wear+PLUS Anti Bac, and Kitchen & Bathroom contains ingredients that help protect your home from mould and bacteria while keeping it clean.

Selecting the right sheen level

The Dulux Wash&Wear® range is offered in several different sheen levels to ensure you get the look you are trying to achieve and that your walls will stay looking fresh for years. Here's how:

low sheen

Low sheen finish

Dulux Wash&Wear® Low Sheen is the leader for washability performance. It forms a velvety finish that is hard-wearing and easy to keep clean. It gives walls the ultimate protection to stay looking freshly painted for years.

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semi gloss

Semi-gloss finish

The mid-level sheen of Dulux Wash&Wear® Semi Gloss is a finish that works well on walls or even as an alternative to enamels on doors and skirting boards. The hard-wearing film made by the 101 Barrier Technology provides robust resistance to wear and tear.

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matt interior

Matt finish

Matt paint, with its low light reflection provides a sophisticated finish that hides surface imperfections. Until now. No longer do you need to choose between the look of matt finish or the durability of a higher sheen. With Wash&Wear® Matt, you get both.

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