Ronseal Perfect finish Slate Satin Floor paint2.5L

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Ronseal Perfect finish Slate Satin Floor paint2.5L

Product code:
5010214857593
Ronseal Perfect finish Slate Satin Floor paint2.5L Ronseal Perfect finish Slate Satin Floor paint2.5L Ronseal Perfect finish Slate Satin Floor paint2.5L

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Product Information

A washable, slate floor paint in a satin finish. Covers up to 12 m² per litre and dries in 72 hours.

  • Protects against knocks, scuffs, scrapes & spills
  • Resists flaking, peeling & chipping
  • Suitable for bare or previously painted floors
  • Recommended for multi surface

Features and Benefits

Usually, painting a floor takes around half a day on average, using a brush. With the Perfect Finish pad you'll have the job done 5x faster. It holds more paint than a brush and leaves a smooth, extra tough finish.

  • Comes with the Perfect Finish pad which is 5x faster than using a brush
  • Saves you time and effort
  • Diamond Hard protection for a durable finish

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Ronseal Perfect finish Slate Satin Floor paint2.5L
Brand Ronseal
Range Perfect finish
Colour description Slate
Surface finish Satin
Coverage Up to 12 m² per litre
Number of coats 3
Drying time 72 hours
Recoat time 4-6 hours
Touch dry time 4-6 hours
Paint/Stain/Varnish base Water-based
Washable Washable
Location Interior
Application Brush, roller or pad
Cleaning instructions Clean equipment in warm water
Surface preparation Wire brush concrete & stone floors, if bare seal with a stabilising solution, if painted wipe with white spirt. Sand bare wooden floors
VOC description Medium
Paint type Paint

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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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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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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 2.0  out of 5 stars

Ronseal Perfect finish Slate Satin Floor paint2.5L is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Floorboards only - needs a lot of prep This isn't suited for concrete floors. I'd advise using it ONLY on floorboards and it lasts ages. Application is a little messy if you don't use a sponge pad but as long as you sand the heck out of the boards, fill in any gaps with hard wood filler and finally meticulously vacuum any dust and buff the floorboards with white spirit the night before (and even better, windows open) this will look great with two coats. Has lasted over a year with minimal scuffs in a busy household.
Date published: 2017-07-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst paint used Over the year I have used cheap floor paint to paint my Garage floor and have never had any issues. This time I thought Id use something better and purchased Ronseal Diamond Floor Paint in slate. It went on the floor fine, took a bit longer to dry than staited but that was ok, However a few months on & paints flaking & peeling of the floor, The floor was cleaned before the being painted but I would like to point out that my friend also painted his garage floor using this paint (New house, so floor was unpainted) The same has happened to his floor the paint has faked & peeling all over. I would say I will be going back to the cheap paint I used to use.
Date published: 2013-06-12
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