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Ronseal White Satin Primer & paint 2.5L
This White satin primer & paint has been specially designed to give a durable and long-lasting finish on a range of surfaces. Simply apply 2 coats with a brush and leave for 4 hours to dry - a great way to give the surfaces additional protection. Covers up to 6.5 m² per litre on average.
- Guarantee - 10 years
- Non drip
Features and benefits
This Stays White 2in1 Primer & Paint is the easiest way to paint bare or worn interior wood. No need to buy a separate primer before painting, simply apply 2 coats and this paint primes and paints with just one tin, leaving a beautiful satin finish. It's guaranteed to stay white and won't yellow over time. It's also water based so there's no strong odour and brushes can be easily washed out with soapy water.
- No need to use a primer, saving you time and effort
- Use on bare or previously painted wood
- Non drip, so it's really easy to use
- Guaranteed to stay white for 10 years
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.
|Litre capacity (L)||2.5L|
|Drying time||4 hours|
|Touch dry time||30 minutes|
|Recoat time||4 hours|
|Number of coats||2|
|Coverage||Up to 6.5 m² per litre|
|Paint/Stain/Varnish base||Water based|
|Durability||Tough & durable|
|Non Yellowing||Non yellowing|
|Fade resistant||Stays white for 10 years|
|Paint type||Primer & paint|
Needing coat after coat.... Still looked streaky
GINI - 1 year ago
Very white but hard work... This needed more than 4 coats and yet still looked uneven. No smell though... Just not something that gives the end finish you would expect... Especially after so many coats!!
Streaky, awful finish
Emily1234 - 1 year ago
This product does not do what it says on the tin! It’s really thin, and even after 3 coats, the finish is streaky and uneven. We needed up going back to the hardware store to get a different brand of paint to finish the job.
Woody65 - 3 years ago
Bought this thought it would do what it said on the tin but needed 2 coats and really could do with a third as a bit patchy
Difficult to get it to do what it says on the tin.
Stroppy Jock - 3 years ago
Started with this paint as I was about to paint a staicase and looked forward to only putting 2 coats on the spindles. It took 4 coats to produce an acceptable finish which ended up being more work than if I had used an oil based gloss and undercoat. I have just finished off the skirting boards and a door and it also took 4 coats for them also. The paint will cover if put on thick enough but then there is the possibility of it running as it is fairly thin - drip resistant I think they call it. The best part of this and the reason I continued with it was because it has no smell. Also reading the reviews of other manufacturers water based gloss was similar to the above. My conclusion is that oil based paint will involve less work but has that smell which lingers for days.
Emzy34 - 3 years ago
I find this so easy to use and I don't have to have loads of separate tins. It really has brightened up my skirting. It's not thick and gloomy and is easy to clean. Sometimes you will need an extra coat to cover it well though.