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Ronseal Diamond hard Dark oak Matt Interior varnish 0.75L

£24 per L
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Product Details

Product Information

This dark oak 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.

  • Make sure all surfaces are free from wax, grease & oil

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

RangeDiamond hard
Colour descriptionDark oak
CoverageUp to 24 m² per litre
DurabilityDiamond hard protection
Drying time20 minutes
Recoat time1 hour
Paint/Stain/Varnish baseWater-based
ProtectionResistance against scratches, knocks & scuffs
VOC descriptionLow
Touch dry time20 minutes
Paint typeVarnish
Product code5010214868650


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It does not do exactly what it says on the tin!!!

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Jo S - 4 years ago

I love the Ronseal strap line.... however I have to disagree.... Ronseal does not do exactly what it says on the tin and they do under perform.
I recently bought a tin of internal wood varnish MATT finish, in fact I bought several tins costing me around £45. On using my third tin.... it turned out that it was gloss (hence, it did not do exactly what it says on the tin) and not matt.
So on my almost finished stairs case, banister and spindles I had a random section of glossy wood.
To rectify this I then had to go out and buy a clear MATT finish to put over the top costing me £17.
Ronseal where kind enough to give me my £17 back for the clear matt varnish but not my money back for the faulty tin that I was accused of "not stirring correctly, hence the gloss finish"