Renovations - Where to buy paint etc?

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Renovations - Where to buy paint etc?

Post by Verl » Fri, 29 Jun 2012 11:29 am

Hi All,

Does anyone know where one could find spackle and paint in Singapore? I have only seena few small hardware shops in my area and neither sell much. I am actually movng out of my condo, and the paint work is so old that the sticky pads designed to be removed without damaging the walls have removed large chunks of paint i need to restore.

Anyones advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Post by snowqueen » Fri, 29 Jun 2012 1:44 pm

I have been looking into this recently as we need to paint our place.

I first came across colorland - www.colorland.com.sg, their web site is a bit basic and has no price lists but it does have a few locations scattered about.

More recently I found estore - www.estore.com.sg. They've got everything on there, and have prices listed. I believe they deliver but you can also go to their warehouse.

If you go to the Nippon web site I think it may have a list of suppliers. Also I've seen a couple of Nippon/Dulux paint shops scattered around - there's one on Serangoon Road.

Hope this helps.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 29 Jun 2012 1:48 pm

There are paint stores all over Singapore in every industrial estate and in most housing estates as well. Or you can just go to Handy-Fix and get what you need (but again, their selection of walk-in isn't great but they can get it for you, as can EVERY paint store in Singapore if you but ask them to. You might have to pay a deposit if it's a non-stocked item, but if you are serious, then that shouldn't be a problem.

http://www.nipponpaint.com.sg/services/ ... e-locator/

http://www.dulux.com.sg/letscolour/store-locator.html

http://www.colorland.com.sg/retail/index.html

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