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Ronseal Diamond hard Walnut Satin Floor Wood varnish, 2.5L
This walnut 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
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|Drying time||30 min|
|Recoat time||2 hours|
Markyj81 - 2 years ago
Beautiful, rich finish. Took a few coats but so happy with the result.
MT21 - 3 years ago
The result was exactly what we wanted. We did not sand the floors and we covered a lighter colour with 3 coats - it looks superb.
Dark walnut ronseal
Bench - 5 years ago
Had to lay news floorboard across half the room. Wanted a dark stain finish which hopefully would blend the old boards with the new. Can't tell the difference between old and new boards at all now - perfect finish. Ronseal was brilliant with a deep chocolate almost black finish after 3 coats. Gets darker with each coat. Easy to apply if you get yourself a paint pad and we used a standard paint tray, minimal streaks and fairly easy to get an even finish if you work quickly - my first ever try and I am happy with it. Would suggest thinning the first coat with water (water based paint) to make it go further. We didn't and used 2 tins to cover approx 25m2 with three coats. Had half a tin left over. Extra coats go on much easier than the first. Allow approx 1-2hours to dry depending on temp, air flow through room etc. Looks blue/purple when you open the tin. Make sure you shake the tin well and stir a lot. Stir as you go too.
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jess30 - 6 years ago