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B&Q Clear Satin Interior varnish 0.25L

£6.82
£27.28 per L
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Product Information

Perfect for perfect for rejuvenating tired wooden surfaces or adding a splash of colour to unfinished wood, this clear interior varnish from B&Q can be applied to interior using a brush. The low odour, non yellowing varnish dries in just 30 minutes and will cover up to 20 m² per litre on average.

    Features and Benefits

    • Control air pollutants by choosing products with lower solvent levels

    Technical Specifications

    BrandB&Q
    Colour descriptionClear
    Surface finishSatin
    CoverageUp to 20 m² per litre
    Drying time30 minutes
    Recoat time1 hour
    LocationInterior
    Paint/Stain/Varnish baseWater-based
    VOC descriptionLow
    ApplicationBrush
    Touch dry time20 minutes
    Paint typeVarnish
    Product code03203828

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    3.75 / 5(4 reviews)

    Just what I wanted

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    Anonymous - 1 year ago

    worked perfectly on my plastered copy of a green man

    Satin varnish

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    andyh0068 - 1 year ago

    Reasonably priced, provides a satisfactory satin finish. Easy brush clean.

    Lovely finish

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    Flowerbags - 2 years ago

    I bought a 2.5 ltr tin to varnish some oak doors I have purchased. The finish is excellent and the varnish is easy to apply. I'm really pleased with the results and don't have tacky varnish as per some of the other reviews.

    I think the key is to use it sparingly and work the brush. My doors look lovely.

    Rubbish Product!!

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    Bob S - 3 years ago

    Applied this product as per instructions, spent hours preparing the surface. Several months later tea got spilt on it. Varnish softened and here I am now having to remove the stuff, a complete nightmare. Wish I'd never used it. Gone back to Ronseal which has never let me down