Ronseal Problem Wall Paints White 2.5L

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£8.40 per L

Ronseal Problem Wall Paints White 2.5L

Product code:
5010214863051
Ronseal Problem Wall Paints White 2.5L

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£21.00

£8.40 per L

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Features and Benefits

This basecoat from Ronseal fills hairline cracks, stops new ones forming and seals new plaster ready for painting. Before you start, make sure the room is above 10°c and protect your surfaces with dust sheets. For newly plastered walls you'll want to leave them 7 days before using your basecoat. You'll need 2 coats, so give the tub a really good stir and pour some of the basecoat into a tray, diluting with 20% water for the first coat, no need to dilute for the second. For problem walls you should sand off any flaking paint and give any glossy surfaces a quick sand to help the basecoat stick. If you've taken off wallpaper give the walls a wipedown with sugar soap to get rid of glue, dirt or grease and leave to dry. Give the tub a really good stir, then apply using a roller or brush. It'll be ready to paint over in 4 hours.

  • Super flexible Elastomeric formula moves with the surface to ensure hairline cracks are covered permanently
  • One coat, saving you time and effort
  • Seals new plaster

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Ronseal Problem Wall Paints White 2.5L
Brand Ronseal
Range Problem wall paints
Colour description White
Coverage Up to 5m² per litre
Drying time 4hours
Washable Washable
Location Interior
VOC description Minimal
Application Brush or roller
Litre capacity 2500ml
Paint type Basecoat

Health and Safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

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This is based on a coverage of 10m² per litre of paint. Always check the coverage on the side of the tin before buying.

How to guides

How to prepare walls for painting

How to prepare walls for painting

While it can be tempting to get painting as soon as possible when you want to decorate a room, it’s worth taking the time to make sure your room and surfaces are best prepared before you begin. Getting the preparation right is crucial to achieving the perfect finish. It’ll also help to keep things neater and cleaner, and reduce the need for additional coats of paint. No paint can completely cover dirty or uneven surfaces, so tackling this at the start of the project avoids the need for extra work later on.

In this guide we’ll walk you through the most important steps to take, and show you how to;

  • Empty your room ready for decorating, and protect fixtures and fittings you aren't painting
  • Clean your walls to help paint adhere
  • Fill holes and cracks and smooth your walls for the best possible finish
  • Prime stained surfaces or those which have not been painted before

Once you've completed these tasks you should have a smooth, even surface ready to be painted.

Walls painted green with white trim

Buying guides

Buyer's guide to primers

Buyer's guide to primers

If you're painting on bare wood, plaster or metal surfaces, you'll get a better result if you use a primer first. It provides a surface which the paint can bond to and stops the paint being absorbed. Find out more what you need and for what surface.

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