After working tirelessly to provide a beautiful home for your loved ones, the last thing you would want is for elements of nature to taint the fruit of your achievement. But now, all proud homeowners have nothing to worry about. With the new Dulux Weathershield Powerflexx, keeping the sheen and luster on the walls of your beloved home is made easy.
The threats are real – this coming season (May onwards), your beloved dwelling is likely to be subjected to extreme weather changes: searing temperatures of up to 45 degree Celsius one day, torrential rain on another. According to weather monitoring systems, the average rainfall in Pakistan is almost 1,133,100 litre per year. This means the average Pakistan home withstands more than two million litres of pouring rain over the years. When coupled with thousands of hours of scorching sun, and dirt and dust, this will damage your home, making it look old, weathered and dirty.
The Dulux Weathershield Powerflexx paint is three times more stretchable than any other standard premium exterior paint, enabling it to effectively and thoroughly cover hairline cracks. This ensures that rainwater does not seep through those tiny cracks on your walls, freeing you from water-damage worry.
The Dulux Weathershield Powerflexx stays clean longer by resisting dirt and stains. Formulated with special pigments, the premium paint reflects UV rays, keeping the heat out of your home and your electricity bill lower. It also guards against peeling, alkali, fungus and algae and retains its sheen better due to the colour lock technology. Like all Dulux paints, the Singapore Green Label certified Dulux Weathershield Powerflexx is low on odour and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and contains no added mercury or lead.
At AkzoNobel we feel responsible to give homeowners product options to ensure their homes remain beautiful not only on the inside but also on the outside. The major reasons causing damage to home exteriors in Pakistan are rain and heat. The new Dulux Weathershield Powerflexx, with properties that enhance its rain and crack proofing capabilities, delivers ultimate protection against the weather and keeps your home looking brand new for longer. We are confident the new Dulux Weathershield Powerflexx gives proud homeowners the protection and peace of mind they seek and deserve.” says Jehanzeb Khan, Chief executive, AkzoNobel Pakistan.—PR