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Ronseal White lace Satin Cupboard paint 750 ml
Ideal for wood, this White lace satin cupboard paint from Ronseal has been specially designed to give a stunning finish to around your home. Simply apply and leave for 2 hours to dry - a great way to revamp your home. Covers Up to 8 m² per litre on average.
Features and Benefits
- Hardwearing, won't knock or scratch
- Won't leave brush marks
Health and Safety
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|Colour description||White lace|
|Coverage||Up to 8 m² per litre|
|Drying time||2 hours|
|Recoat time||1-2 hours|
|Touch dry time||1-2 hours|
|Litre capacity (ml)||750ml|
Looks like a brand new kitchen
Norbs2601 - 6 months ago
I bought this to do up my kitchen as we just moved house.
Also updated the tiles, counter top and floor at the same time.
Took a couple of layers of paint. Have used the grey colour in our previous house and that only needed one coat.
Great cupboard paint
Posy1 - 1 year ago
My cupboards where peeling and this paint transformed my cupboards. I painted directly onto MDF which needed 2 coats but the melamine surfaces only needed one coat. I also used a gloss roller to get a very smooth professional finish but you do need to be careful of tiny air bubbles while using the roller.
Needs more than one coat!
Hoofer01 - 1 year ago
If you have green cupboards like we had, then I would suggest using a primer first otherwise you will end up buying lots of pots. We had to paint three coats to get a good finish. The consistency is a bit thicker than gloss and it dries quickly. Looks good especially as we can't afford to put a new kitchen in for a few years and couldn't live with the green any longer!
Not what it says on the tin
EnnTee126 - 1 year ago
We bought this to renovate our kitchen doors and drawers. It did not apply easily, leaving streaks. A second coat gave some improvement, but a third coat was required. Too much for inside and out all doors, so we did not proceed.
Really pleased with finished result
Pauline77 - 1 year ago
I've just finished painting my kitchen cupboards with ronseal white lace cupboard paint and am very pleased with the overall look. I put 4 coats paint on as they were originally medium oak colou. A lighter colour would prob take fewer coats. I used a small gloss roller and a round brush for the mouldings then went over brush strokes with the roller to give an even effect. This paint quite thick so thinner coats are best. I used fine wire wool in between each coat of paint and brushed any filaments off with a clean paint brush then wiped over with a tac cloth. Overall my kitchen now looks light and airy and I'm very pleased with the new look. This is my first attempt doing anything like this and I would definitely use this paint again.