Ronseal Ivory Satin Tile paint0.75L

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Ronseal Ivory Satin Tile paint0.75L

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A washable, ivory tile paint in a satin finish. Covers up to 8 m² per litre and dries in 24 hours.

  • Waterproof & mould resistant
  • Suitable for bare or previously painted tiles
  • Recommended for masonry

Features and Benefits

This Ronseal One Coat tile paint will transform and rejuvenate your kitchen and bathroom tiles as well as your splashback. It's extremely durable and leaves a waterproof and mould resistant finish, free from any brush marks.

  • Covers up patterned tiles and strong colours
  • Waterproof formulation
  • Won't leave brush marks
  • No primer required
  • Tough & durable

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Ronseal Ivory Satin Tile paint0.75L
Brand Ronseal
Colour description Ivory
Surface finish Satin
Coverage Up to 8 m² per litre
Number of coats 1
Drying time 24 hours
Recoat time 24 hours
Touch dry time 1-2 hours
Paint/Stain/Varnish base Oil based
Washable Washable
Location Interior
Application Brush
Cleaning instructions Clean all brushes in white spirit or brush cleaner
Surface preparation Ensure all damaged areas of grout are repaired, give tiles thorough clean with bleach & wipe down
VOC description High
Paint type Paint

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.

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Buying guides

Interior paint buying guide

Interior paint buying guide

For a simple way to update a room, you can’t beat a lick of paint. Whether you’re putting your stamp on your new home, or are renovating a room that needs some TLC, interior paint can transform any space in the house in a few hours.

There are lots of paints available for different surfaces and it can be a bit daunting if you aren’t sure what all the different types, finishes and features mean. We are going to talk you through the ins and outs of interior paint so that you can buy the right paint with confidence.

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Questions to ask before you begin

Which room in the house are you painting?

What goes on in the room you are planning to paint? Maybe you are painting a kitchen or bathroom that would benefit from a moisture-resistant paint. Some rooms might need an extra hard-wearing paint which can be wiped down and cleaned such as hallways, landings or kid’s bedrooms. Finding the right paint isn’t just about which colour you pick. We have different types of paint designed for use in different rooms. By choosing the paint that is specially designed for the type of room you are painting, you will get the best end result.

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What type of surface are you painting?

There are different types of paint for different surface materials. As well as a comprehensive selection of emulsion paints for walls and ceilings, we have a wide range of specialist paint including ones that are designed for wood furniture, brick walls, and tiles. Choosing the right paint for the right material will ensure a longer-lasting result and the best coverage.

What kind of look are you going for?

Maybe your home has quite a traditional look and would suit a subtle, matt effect paint. Or perhaps you have a more contemporary style that would look great with a satin or metallic finish paint. When selecting paint, think about what you want the final look to be, so that you can choose the correct finish as well as the right colour.

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How much time do you have to complete your decorating project?

If you need to get your painting job done quickly, we have a wide range of quick-drying options that will help you get a whole room decorated in a few hours. We have quick dry wall paint, primers, and wood and metal paint to help you make the most of your time whatever you are painting.

What state is the surface in?

Some of our interior paints can be applied directly to the surface. Others may require a bit of preparation before you can begin painting. Perhaps you are painting a freshly plastered surface or previously untreated wood, or maybe you need to fill in some holes or sand down an uneven surface. We have paints and primers for all sorts of surfaces that will help you achieve a nice, even finish.

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Reviews 4.0  out of 5 stars

Ronseal Ivory Satin Tile paint0.75L is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from great coverage I agree with the previous review , it is more of a cream than ivory , but nevertheless i am happy with the colour , this is the second time i have painted my tiles , using sandstone the first time , that was very yellowish , just finished painting kitchen cupboards with white lace cupboard paint and this compliments them well , overall very happy .
Date published: 2016-08-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's not beige, it's ivory! Despite B&Q listing this as beige Ronseal actually call it ivory and I would just call it cream myself. I bought it to cover up diagonal striped tiles in my kitchen and I'm pretty pleased with the results. It did take two coats but some of my tiles were pretty dark brown so that seems fair. It's pretty thick as paint goes, incredibly smelly and to start I thought I had made a mistake but after a while I found a few things which made it easier to apply so I thought I'd share in case they helped someone else. It is definitely, definitely better applied with a foam gloss roller. I found that Harris ones were better than B&Q own brand ones for this job, I don't know why but I could really tell the difference.Annoyingly the roller won't get the grout so I had to use a brush for that and then roll over it. I found using good masking tape helped make the process less painful, Frog tape worked much better than normal stuff. Mask really carefully because once it goes on it's hard to get off! All in all it is a fairly involved job as you have to keep moving to keep the wet edge but also run back to peel off masking tape before the paint dries but it works pretty well. I bought two tins to do my kitchen and the grout pen to draw the lines back in so all in I spent about £50 and for that money I can't complain. I don't know how long it will last but it seems pretty durable at the moment. I ran a new line of sealant between the tiles and my tops to finish the job off. Hopefully it'll last a couple of years until we're ready to re-fit the kitchen and re-tile!
Date published: 2015-11-15
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