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Ronseal Diamond hard Medium oak Satin Floor Wood varnish, 2.5L
This medium 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
Spend less time varnishing your floors and more time enjoying it with this Perfect Finish Diamond Hard floor varnish. It comes with the Perfect Finish applicator which has a long handle, taking the backache out of varnishing your floor. The Perfect Finish pad applies the optimum amount of varnish, so you don't get any brush marks, and is 5 times faster than using a brush. It's also the toughest varnish Ronseal do, so it'll last, keeping your wooden floors protected and looking great for longer.
- 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
- Includes Perfect Finish applicator, 5x faster than using a brush
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|
Why 2.5l tin of medium oak colour is like 0.75l in
Kryspl - Yesterday
Brought 2.5l satin medium oak to do livingroom. While doing realised that need more of it so bought 0.75l same satin medium oak... Used another 2x 0.75 but colour stil different than floor after 2.5L. i finished finnaly with another bucked of 2.5l medium oak... But waisted 3x £20 for 3x0.75 same brand, same SATIN MEDIUM OAK!!?!
Who designed the container?
IanV - 8 months ago
First impression, who on earth designed such an impractical container lid, have to be very careful how you handle it once removed from the container!
The colour was much darker with reddish hues than expected, and finally ended up using a brush to apply the stain.
The colour chart displayed and the one on the container were not in my mind representative of the wood stain itself.
Does what it says on the tin . . . Almost
Lukerbw - 10 months ago
The varnish is good. It is a bit darker than the pictures indicated but I was looking for something darker anyway. Certainly gives the floor an aged, antique look. There is a bit of a red tint, but I used it on pine wood floor so I don't know if that is possibly the cause of the red colour.
One of these tubs covered an area just less than 15m^3 with 3 coats.
The applicator is a good idea and definitely speeds up the application of relatively even coats BUT I have two issues. First, The brush/pad end is a bit wobbly, and impacts control. The rest of the handle is sturdy, its just the head that feels flimsy. Secondly it is difficult to get up to the edges and corners. A shaped section to the pad would have helped.
The applicator is reuseable and the pad cleaned up well in soapy water so that would be re-useable with the same or similar colour.
The amount of varnish you get, the addition of a reusable applicator and confidence in a good brand. I think this is worth the money even if the quality of the applicator is a bit lacking.
Anonymous - 1 year ago
Medium oak- looks more like mahogany/ dark cherry colour and look very unnatural
The varnish is great; the applicator is awful
Dusty R - 3 years ago
Had a large floor to re-varnish.
The outcome is really, really good. Looks a million dollars.
But I have two major issues with the method of applying it.
The applicator has a pad which fits on a head at the end of a handle.
The pad did not fit. It was too thin - and too long for the head. I took it back and the (very helpful) departmental manager tried three other applicators - none fitted. All the pads were too long - and all but one too narrow. He was reduced to cutting it to lengths so that it lay flat. But it was still unstable in the applicator
Secondly - a word of warning: when applying it, what you see is what you get. Any drips or too-thick streaks - or, indeed streaks with bubbles - will come out like that. So you need to be very careful to look at what you've just done, for any flaws, before moving on.