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Ronseal Diamond hard French oak Satin Wood varnish, 0.75L
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This french 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.
- Suitable for Wood
- 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
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Makes pine look like oak
Woodhead - 3 years ago
Bought a pine staircase used this varnish 3 coats looks great
Kittylincs - 4 years ago
Easy to use, covers very well. Very strong odour whilst drying. Perfect finish , no streaking. Diamond hard surface, knock resistant. Recommend this product.
Colour looks nice not like a lot of other Ronseal
Alxinchains - 4 years ago
Brought this after looking through about ten other different shades (like the other reviewer). I started by using Antique Pine which is a glorious shade of Orange and not particularly nice for bare pine floorboards. The colours for Antiques Pine vary in the Ronseal range and comically so does the colour for French Oak on this website (look at the 250ml vs the 750ml). This colour is just the right shade to go with pine doors from the 20's, minimal orange and just enough brown to give a good stain. It does say on the can not to use for floorboards although I can't see why that would be an issue and I have used Ronseals old version of Antique pine on floorboards (this type of stain) and not had a problem. In my opinion if you want a light wood finish then this is pretty much the only colour to go for as the rest just look odd. Be sure to remix between coats though as the laquer or varnish separates from the stain and settles at the bottom, leaving an overly white stain at the end.
Les9 - 5 years ago
After purchasing £70 or stain to find correct colour, I came across this in on other store who only had one tin, when I looked online at b&q it was available but did not have a sample of colour in store
Used it to go with oak flooring, not too yellow or orange, just right