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Ronseal Diamond hard Clear Satin Interior varnish 0.25L

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Product Information

This clear interior varnish from the Ronseal Interior diamond hard range can be applied to interior using a brush. The varnish dries in just 20 minutes and will cover up to 24 m² per litre on average.

    Features and Benefits

    This Ronseal interior varnish provides a beautiful, natural finish for doors, skirting, tables, furniture and other wood inside your home. Diamond Hard protection provides superior resistance against scratches, knocks and scuffs. It is touch dry in 20 minutes and ready to re-coat in 1 hour.

    • Easy to use
    • Dries in just 20 minutes
    • Diamond Hard durability and protection
    • Control air pollutants by choosing products with lower solvent levels.
    • Easy to use

    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.

    Technical Specifications

    BrandRonseal
    RangeDiamond hard
    Colour descriptionClear
    Surface finishSatin
    CoverageUp to 24 m² per litre
    DurabilityDiamond hard protection
    Drying time20 minutes
    Recoat time1 hour
    LocationInterior
    Paint/Stain/Varnish baseWater-based
    ProtectionResistance against scratches, knocks & scuffs
    VOC descriptionLow
    ApplicationBrush
    Touch dry time20 minutes
    Paint typeVarnish
    Product code5010214868704

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    2.5 / 5(6 reviews)

    amazing

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    jojo49 - 11 months ago

    Varnish has nearly been on a year now amazing quality rock hard surface after 3coats looks beautiful

    Avoid!

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    YAG67 - 1 year ago

    I was a woodwork teacher for 35 years and have worked in wood since retiring 10 years ago making fine marquetry boxes and small hardwood furniture. I have always used spirit based varnish and shellac sanding sealer for many of my woodwork projects for its durability and the way it enhances the grain.
    This product does none of these things and is simply not fit for purpose. It has left black spots in the wood on many of my oak projects and I have had to strip them back and refinish them. It dries too quickly and often leaves brush marks so cannot be worked into corners and crevices. If you do it will foam up and produce bubbles which stay on the surface. The final finish is certainly not `Diamond Hard`!
    It does produce a very neutral/natural finish which to some may be a good feature but it does nothing to really enhance the grain and beauty of the wood.
    Yes it is quick drying and you can wash your brushes in water with little odour.
    However if the final finish is poor then I`ll be staying with spirit based varnish.
    This product needs more development and is simply sold on convenience and environmental factors.

    Hopeless

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    toolbelter - 1 year ago

    With 40-odd years as a joiner, I was specifically requested to use this on a small bespoke oak bookcase. Never ever again will I use any water based finish. It is very very thin and even using a soft brush, on application, the stuff foams-up, which if left to dry leaves white/opaque deposits on edges/in corners etc. The ability to apply a fresh coat every hour is not an advantage when this rapid drying means that the brush strokes simply do not disappear and you will be left with a very streaky finish. Depending on how the light falls, you will be either disappointed or incredibly angry. Do not use fine sandpaper to finish the last (3rd) coat as Ronal recommend, but use an age old French Polisher's method of carefully applied fine steel wool and then finish with a good quality furniture wax. This will flatten some of the brush stroke marks. This stuff is a derivative of that used in finishing commercial furniture where speed is crucial and in that application, it is sprayed on. As said elsewhere, best use solvent based varnish and take the extra couple of hours to get a superlative result.

    You need to be a quick painter

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    Home painter - 2 years ago

    This water based varnish dries too quickly, resulting in drag marks and an uneven finish. Do not use it unless you are a very quick painter!

    Good colour

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    jaxp1 - 3 years ago

    This varnish is great. It enriches the colour on skirting & conservatory windowsills. Works really well & you can easily put a new coat on every so often to enrich colour & finish. I would highly recommend.

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