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This clear yacht varnish from Ronseal can be applied to exterior using a brush. The varnish takes 4 hours to dry and will cover up to 16 m² per litre on average.
- Sand down to help the varnish stick, then clean with white spirit & leave to dry
Features and Benefits
Perfect for wood that is outside all year round, such as windows and front doors, this yacht varnish from Ronseal will protect them for longer. It's a traditional varnish that's tougher than any other exterior varnish, and will prevent your wood from greying over time, and is flexible so won't crack, blister or peel.
- Long lasting protection
- Waterproofs and protects from the sun
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.
|Coverage||Up to 16 m² per litre|
|Drying time||4 hours|
|Recoat time||8 hours|
|Protection||Flexible formula to help resist cracking, peeling & blistering|
|Touch dry time||4 hours|
Out of stock as usual in Wellingborough
Michael6 - 1 year ago
I find that the stock level in the Wellingborough branch is very low not just paint the spray paint as I do many projects
Super Ronseal Yacht Varnish
Gordon McC - 2 years ago
Decided to Varnish over the Fence Panels after treating to see if they would last longer before requiring retreating. Not only did the varnish go a long way ( I needed 2 tins for 14 panels) the Panels look much better and brighten up the back Garden. Would definitely recommend .
Went on really well!
SteveTCT - 2 years ago
A new outside wooden door needed immediate weather protection.
The varnish was really easy to apply, covered well and took a second coat the next day - job done!
Ballio - 2 years ago
We bought this as a clear varnish, however when opened it looked rather dark and brown in colour. Thought it may clear up once dried but was wrong. It's more of a varnish stain as it leaves a darkened wood colour rather than a clear finish. "Doesn't do what it says on the tin". HVe had to buy a different cheaper brand to get a clear finish. Also you end up with drip marks .
LaneyB - 3 years ago
My wooden garden furniture now looks better than when it was new!