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Ronseal Diamond hard Natural Matt Wax Wood wax, 0.75L
You can apply this wood wax from the Ronseal Interior diamond hard range to , using a brush, to provide protection. It takes 20 minutes to dry and will cover up to 16 m² per litre on average.
- Provides colour & protection to interior wood.
- Make sure all surfaces are free from wax, grease & oil.
Features and benefits
This interior wax protects like a varnish against knocks, scuffs and scratches, whilst leaving a nautral look and feel to the wood. Simply brush it on, no buffing required.
- Dries in just 20 minutes
- You don't need to buff between coats
- Easy to apply with a brush - No cloth, no mess
- Control air pollutants by choosing products with lower solvent levels
- Dries in just 20 minutes
Health and safety
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|Recoat time||1 hour|
|Room use||Any room|
Great product and easy to use.
Shore - 5 months ago
We are restoring our cottage and have used this product many times now. It is so easy to use and gives a great finish to sanded back wooden beams, table tops and a restored cabinet. Make sure you stir the product in the tin thoroughly and apply sparingly and wait a good hour before applying a second coat. Great finish.
Should be called ‘clear’
Lucy2411 - 1 year ago
This should be branded as ‘clear’ rather than ‘natural’ as it has no colour pigment at all. It does have a nice matte finish and is really easy to apply so a good product if you’re just wanting to seal in the existing colour of your wood
Depends on surface
Banksy78banksy - 1 year ago
I think it probably depends what finish was previously on the surface, but it doesn't go on like a wax, more like a varnish. I thought I'd stripped back a table far enough, but the finish is ok to touch for a second. Any more than that and it gets tacky, so placemats are actually peeling the finish off, which I didn't expect to happen with a wax. I've done 4 coats now and tried sanding and not sanding between coats - the result is the same
Dreadful. Ruined a silky smooth finish.
Pammy67 - 1 year ago
Dreadful stuff. Totally destroyed the silky smooth finish on my old chest of drawers. The finish is now very rough. The “wax” was a solid lump at the bottom. Took a load of shaking to break it up into the very watery liquid. Think the product was probably faulty.
Waste of money
Mookygirl - 4 years ago
Nice colour, looks nice and easy to apply, but dries to a horrible rough texture to previously perfectly sanded wood. Am now having to re-sand and buy a different wax.