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Ronseal Diamond hard Dark oak Satin Floor Wood varnish, 2.5L
This dark oak floor varnish from the Ronseal Diamond range can be applied to interior using a brush. The varnish dries in just 30 minutes and will cover up to 18 m² per litre on average.
- Suitable for Wood
- Give bare floors a good sand then wipe down with white spirit. For previously painted floors remove all previous coatings & sand down.
Features and benefits
Want a floor varnish that lasts? Look no further. With Diamond Hard protection, this floor varnish from Ronseal will keep your wooden floors protected and looking great for longer. It'll protect your floors from knocks, scuffs, spills and heels, so it's ready for whatever daily life throws at it.
- Non-yellowing so you won't need to reapply as often
- Quick drying in just 30 minutes
- Ensures your wooden floors are protected and stay looking great
- Low odour so it's more pleasant 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.
|Drying time||30 min|
|Recoat time||2 hours|
Great to work with
CRWrenovate - 3 months ago
I wanted a dark floor but not too dark, so I went for the dark oak. I was tempted for the Walnut but didn’t want a red tone to it. I’m over the moon with it now. I just hope it holds up on the 1930’s sanded pine boards I have. I did 6 coats as I wanted it darker. It’s a little too yellowy brown on the first few coats. Over the moon with it now!
I bought an old tub which had the pad within (very very useful) and a new tin can of this. The old tub was a slightly different colour. Seems the new tin has a more warmer redder tone to it, which turned out great. Remember to keep the surface spotless in between coats, as once any dust gets on it it’ll leave marks.
Colour not what it says on the tin!
DEB2 - 2 years ago
When applied this came out a murky greeny yellowy brown. Very unpleasant colour and wouldn't ever describe it as dark oak. B&Q very helpful though in exchanging for walnut which was much truer to the colour description.
The perfect job
Anonymous - 3 years ago
Having opened the tin, I was a little worried about the colour of the liquid but, once it slid onto the newly prepared floorboards it was perfect. Also concerned about getting an even colour, I found that it went on smoothly and very evenly, having followed the instrucitons that is, I find that always a good idea! So far ( 3 weeks) the surface has been unmarked although I did drop a piece of granate fireplace on the floor (oops) and it dug in but, topping up the damaged spot, no-one would ever know. Seems to be set for the long haul.
Very pleased with the finish and colour and would use the same range again with no hesitation at all.
Does what it says on the tin
Sonia078 - 3 years ago
Does what it says on the tin
Really pleased with the results
Looks good but not a durable finish
manor1 - 3 years ago
I did all the prep required and put 3 coats of varnish on my floor; it looks really good but it is very easily chipped and even moving a dining chair leaves marks. There are no pets or children in the house so 'diamond hard' is not what you get even with light use. Ronseal take no responsibility and say either my prep was not good or the wood underneath is to blame