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Ronseal Spring green Satin Wood paint, 0.75L
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This Spring green wood paint has been specially designed to give a durable and long-lasting satin finish on exterior smooth wood. Simply apply with a brush and leave for 1 hour to dry - a great way to give the surfaces additional protection. Covers up to 21m² per litre on average.
- Suitable for: Wood
- Guarantee - 10 years
- Instructions for use: Paint on with a synthetic brush in the direction of the wood grain.
- Lightly sand the wood, then wipe with white spirit. Fill holes and cracks with wood filler and cover knots with a knotting solution.
Features and benefits
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- 10 year weather protection
- No primer required
- Weatherproof in just 1 hour
- Prevents cracking, peeling or blistering
- Drip resistant
Health and safety
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|Drying time||1 h|
|Paint type||Primer & paint|
|Recoat time||4 hours|
|Resistant to cracking||Crack resistant|
Goes on beautifully and quick drying
strech - 9 months ago
I was more positive about this paint than others who have commented. Having been badly let down by Weathershield I though I would give this a try for my renovated back door. It goes on really well, dries very quickly and cleans up well (water based). So far no cracking. I would buy again.
Jonathan1955 - 1 year ago
Before buying larger amounts of paint for external wood, I purchase a small tin of Ronseal Spring green to paint a stripped pine dining table so my wife could use it as a potting bench. The paint went on great and a left it some hours between coats. Subsequent coats went on even easier and the finish was lovely. Within a day of completion, the paint started to crack as it dried and shrank. I repainted and the same thing happened again and again.... At the slightest touch, the paint came away to reveal perfectly bare wood; as if it had never been painted.
I am thankful for a number of reasons; firstly I only purchased a small amount of paint. Secondly, I only painted the top of the table and left the sides and legs and thirdly the 1.5 sqm that I painted will be relatively easy to strip and start again with another brand and fourth but not least, I'm so pleased that I did not use it on the exterior of the house and remainder of garden furniture.
I'm keeping the remainder of the tin and will be happy to show the paint to B&Q or Ronseal. Should they not be interested, it will serve as a permanent reminder not to buy the product again.
More 'Mint Cornetto' than 'Spring Green'
jvk - 1 year ago
A great shame that we spent weeks stripping our front door back to then go and paint the whole thing in the weakest minty green colour you can find!
I wish i had googled a few reviews before purchasing to find most other people having the same problem. Applying the paint as well as the finish i couldn't fault just the colour which was no where near a match on the tin. B&Q advised to speak to Ronseal direct which i did and they processed a refund straightaway.