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Ronseal White Repair kit 60 g
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This repair kit is suitable for use when repairing cracks, scratches and defects on kitchen and bathroom fixtures and appliances.
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|For use on||Porcelain, enamel, acrylic & fibreglass|
|Container size||60 g|
Total waste of money
Crc1986 - 2 years ago
Waste of money, does nothing like it says on the tin
Total waste of money
Bec24 - 8 years ago
I am currently redecorating my bathroom and after having a new bath put in accidently had dropped a tile on the bath and took the ennamel off my bath. I went to b&q store and bought this product as it looked as if it worked from the picture on the box and the price, after using this product it now looks like i have splodges of paint on my bath and is whiter than my bath is even though my bath is white?? i am absoloutly furious with ronseal after wasing £27 on this!! total waste of money do not buy this product it just makes things ten times worse!!!
It doesn't do what it says on the tin!
AngryofGMC - 8 years ago
Don't buy this kit if you have an acrylic bath! I had a crack on the side of my bath which was only noticable if you knew it was there. I was fooled by the picture on the front of the box which shows a perfect finish so I bought this (very expensive) product to try to fix it. After following the instructions to the letter my bath now looks as though I have spilt a bucket of white paint on it - the enamel paint looks nothing like plastic and it now looks far worse than when I started. I've just had to order a new bath and I'm quite annoyed about throwing £30 down the drain (and wasting a couple of precious hours of my life) on this useless product.
Better off with Tipp-Ex
RobK - 10 years ago
I bought this product to fix a few minor cracks in my bathroom sink. I chose to go with an expensive product as I thought the brand was trustworthy and that it was perfect for the job.
Considering the price, I thought there could be more than one sheet of sandpaper, but the real problem is that the kit has turned a minor scratch into a major cosmetic problem.
My sink is white and so I bought the white version of the kit. However, even after the recommended 4 days of drying time (during which I couldn't use the sink), the enamel (Tipp-Ex from what I can see) has not blended with the base colour at all. So, unless you happen to have exactly the same shade of white as the kit, you'll end up with very noticeable white lines across your basin.
In short, it doesn't do what is says on the tin.