"in this age of VOC free paint, and the poor durability of the new formulations, this one still does the business. if you prep right this will give a good finish with a high shine. i use this all the time and after trying most of the others brands, prefer it to all the others. if i was to complain about anything, it is a little runny for my liking."
"I used to use Leyland for all woodwork and customers were delighted. Having used it on my own house and with it yellowing after 8 months, I've now been converted to Dulux Trade forever!
A nice paint to use and is certainly whiter than the Leyland, but the winner for me is 2 years on and NO yellowing at all. I can see why so many decorators swear by the stuff. Expensive, but I think worth it to save having to repaint"
"This paint gives a great result when used on a flat horizontal surface (i.e. take your doors off and paint flat). Otherwise, great care needs to be taken to avoid drips. It must be stirred thoroughly as well, or it develops small lumps which are hard to paint out.
The finish is considerably better than Dulux Non Drip Gloss and their ordinary gloss which I have used in the recent past and is already looking yellow compared to The Trade version.
At £32.99 for 5L in Screwfix currently, this is great value"
"When I first used this I was amazed at the glass like finish and just how bright the white was. Unfortunately after a few weeks it seemed to be going a little yellow. After three months it looks like a light cream. It may be that I have purchased a bad batch but at this price I would have hoped for better quality control. I have written to Dulx but received no answer. If it would only stay white, it would be the best gloss that I have used."