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Ronseal Diamond hard Light oak Satin Floor varnish 2.5L

£45
£18 per L
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Product Details

Product Information

This light 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.

    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.

    Technical Specifications

    BrandRonseal
    RangeDiamond hard
    Colour descriptionLight oak
    Surface finishSatin
    CoverageUp to 18 m² per litre
    DurabilityDiamond hard protection
    Drying time30 minutes
    Recoat time2 hours
    LocationInterior
    Paint/Stain/Varnish baseWater-based
    ProtectionDiamond Hard protection against knocks scratches & spills
    VOC descriptionMedium
    ApplicationBrush
    Touch dry time30 minutes
    Paint typeVarnish
    Product code5010214834303

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    3.8 / 5(5 reviews)

    Does what it says on the tin

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    CindyandNico - 1 year ago

    Very efficient. Good texture, nice colour (as it does not alter the initial wood colour too much)

    Easy to use

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    Alli50 - 1 year ago

    I chose this colour because I wanted to lighten my room but a little disappointed with the colour it's a lot yellower than I thought. The vanish itself is great, easy to apply, quick drying and tough.

    Very hardy

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    Katcl - 2 years ago

    We were advised against the medium oak as were told it can look orange so went for the light oak. Inially it looked quite yellow especially on the odd new floorboard compared to the old ones however after 6 months it has matured and become a really nice natural looking light oak. It is very hardy too, no signs of wear and tear yet... But would expect this based on the price!

    Fantastic Product

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    Bevlee12 - 4 years ago

    We decided to sand two of the rooms in our cottage which had never been done before, not sure how it was going to turn out, we were quite happy but it had lots of imperfections so we decided a clear varnish would not be good enough, after chatting to Peter at B & Q Tonbridge we decided on this product and we are over the moon with the results, I have already told lots of people how good it is, this product is worth every penny especially as a little really does go a long way. Thanks Peter for all your help and advice!

    are these wood colours??

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    shellysheroes - 6 years ago

    After sanding three rooms with hired sanders, I set about choosing a finish. There's not a lot of choice out there and Ronseal seemed to have a good name, so I had a try.
    My colour choices were natural oak wax, which resembled natural iodine, light oak varnish, light iodone and antique pine varnish, this looked similar to the autumn red fences you see around.
    Clear satin left the board looking milky white, fresh from the timber yard.
    I've no doubt they dry quickly and hopefully last, but for a victorian terrace with pine floorboards, four of the colours looked awful.
    In the end I went for a solvent based clear satin from a decorating trade shop and it looked a treat. The wood looked natural, but also had some colour. It should be tough and even if it does slightly yellow in time, it wouldn't catch up with the oak colours in this range.

    Ever wondered why they don't sell tester pots!