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*Due to many brands and retailers offering slight variations on RAL colours, along with Chartwell Green as a legacy colour name, Rawlins Paints will not accept any liability for any costs incurred in relation to colour discrepancy or similar claims.
You should do this by purchasing the smallest pack size available in the product you are interested in, and applying it to an inconspicuous area on the item in question. Apply 2 full coats and allow to dry before making a decision.
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Anthracite Grey is an extremely popular paint colour for masonry, uPVC doors and windows, along with composite front doors. Typically used as an exterior paint, it's commonly used as a fence, shed or exterior furniture colour. Rawlins stock several anthracite grey paints for internal and external use, which can be used on the aforementioned examples.
Zinsser Allcoat is a big seller for use on uPVC windows and doors, whilst suitably primed garage doors can be coated with Rust-Oleum CombiColor in anthracite grey.
A common question is "what colour is anthracite grey?" - it is a fairly dark grey shade* that offers a striking contrast to brickwork, garden greenery, and to white door frames. Rawlins stock a huge range of other shades of grey paint, including those listed below. If you are searching for window grey, all products listed above contain a link to a fully tintable version of the product, where you can find this and many other shades of grey - many products can be tinted to 4,000+ colours and shades!
Graphite Grey is one of our most popular colours for painting masonry and metal, and is available for most other surfaces including uPVC, wood, windows, and doors. A lighter tone than Anthractite Grey above, graphite grey masonry paint is used for painting exterior walls, brick, concrete, render, and stone, being particularly popular for refurbishing pubs and restaurants. It is also used for metal surfaces such as garage doors and roller shutter doors, commonly found in warehouses and factories.
Available in the biggest and well-known brands including Zinsser, Rust-Oleum, Coo-Var, and Wethertex, our paints and coatings are also purchasable in more than 4,000+ colours through the link on the respective product page. This includes other popular grey colours such as Window Grey (RAL 7040), Telegrey 4 (RAL 7047), and Signal Grey (RAL 7004).
Slate Grey is a very popular mid-tone colour for painting roofing tiles and other tiles such as on door steps and render between downstairs and upperfloor windows. It is also typically used as an exterior masonry paint, matching painted tiles or contrasting with doors and windows.
Rust-Oleum Mathys Pegakote and CombiColor Multi-Surface are popular products for slate grey exterior tile paint, ideal for mineral surfaces including old concrete and glass. These are also available in 4,000+ colours including Magnolia, Ultramarine Blue, Pastel Green, Pure Red, and plenty of other shades to pick from, helping you contrast or match existing colour schemes.
We also stock slate grey paints and coatings for all other substrates including wood, metal, concrete, and uPVC for window frames and doors, wood fencing, floors, trims, and much more.
We stock a whole range of Agate Grey paints and coatings for every surface, including uPVC, masonry, and exterior wood. These include fencing, window frames, doors, and brick and concrete walls from our biggest and best-known brands - Wethertex, Zinsser, and Rust-Oleum.
Agate Grey is also available in swimming pool paints - such as Teamac Chlorvar Chlorinated Rubber Paint - that provide outstanding protection against chemicals, acids and aqueous solutions on metal, wood and asbestos.
You can also buy paints and coatings in Agate Grey in our own floor paints as well as fire protection products, with flame retardant topcoats and intumescent coatings for interior and exterior wood and metal. These are also all tintable in 4,000+ colours, with RAL, NCS, and British Standard shades to choose from.
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Chartwell Green is a new trending colour*, which has become extremely popular on social media influencer channels. Whilst every attempt has been made to match this colour accurately, we must advise you check the colour prior to carrying out any works to ensure it is acceptable for your requirements.
Chartwell Green is a popular uPVC colour, due to its pastel and decorative shade. It is a very complimentary colour to brickwork and floral gardens. It is a "clean" colour that is both modern and vintage to view, dependant on the building and location type - it's easy to see why it's a popular colour for new-build uPVC and garage doors, as well as vintage cottages' wooden window frames and doors.
Many variations of the colour Chartwell Green exist within the marketplace; simply having the same colour 'name' does not mean our Chartwell Green is the same as another Chartwell Green.
You should therefore check the colour before carrying out any works: buy the smallest pack size available in the product and apply 2 full coats to the item in question. Allow to dry fully before making a decision.
Rawlins Paints will not accept any liability for any costs or losses incurred in relation to colour discrepancy or similar claims.
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