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V33 Renovation White Satin Wall tile paint2L

£37.24
£18.62 per L
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Product Details

Product Information

A washable, white wall tile paint in a satin finish. Covers 24m² per litre and dries in 72 hours.

  • Protects against spillages & repeated cleaning
  • Resists flaking, peeling & chipping
  • Suitable for ceramic, wall & border tiles, glass bricks & tile grouting
  • Recommended for masonry

Features and Benefits

  • Easy, fast, efficient!
  • Can be applied directly to the surface, no undercoat required
  • Resistant to contact with water and care and maintenance products: shampoos, shower gels, traditional household products, dilute bleach and household vinegar
  • Does not flake
  • Durable, washable finish

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.

Technical Specifications

BrandV33
RangeRenovation
Colour descriptionWhite
Surface finishSatin
Coverage24m² per litre
Number of coats2
Drying time72 hours
Recoat time24 hours
Touch dry time4 hours
Paint/Stain/Varnish baseWater-based
WashableWashable
LocationInterior
ApplicationBrush or roller
Cleaning instructions1650088
VOC descriptionMinimal
Paint typePaint
Product code3153894986824

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4.6 / 5(10 reviews)

Transforms your bathroom

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Lizw1 - 8 months ago

Really needed a new bathroom, but couldn’t afford it, the staff at B&Q recommended this tile paint, I was worried it wouldn’t look good....wow I was so surprised, looks like I have had it Re tiled, easy to use and really happy! The B&Q staff new their stuff!!

Good Stuff

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Clarky82 - 10 months ago

So pleased I bought this. It's good stuff, goes on lovely, took 3 coats but beautiful finish

Great but more cream than white

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SleepyBird - 1 year ago

This paint is brilliant! It’s very thin so don’t try and put a thick coat on because it will drip like crazy. Lots of thin coats is what is needed and use a gloss roller rather than a paintbrush that way you get a really smooth finish. As another reviewer has said, definitely don’t hold back on the preparation! You only need to miss a tiny bit of prep work and the paint won’t stick to your tiles as we found out after missing a tiny patch about an inch square! My only criticism of this paint is that it’s not a pure white, more of a creamy antique kind of white hence 4 stars not 5. Having said that I still love it and so pleased with the finished result.

Excellent results

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Anonymous - 1 year ago

Read a few reviews and decided on this product over cheaper alternatives.So glad I did.Followed instructions to the letter ,cleaned tiles with sugar soap and applied not too much nor too little.Covered shabby tiles well with first coat .After second the effect first class.Used 2" brush as the tiles were 1" square mosaic.You can see a few brush strokes but only in full light but to be fair instructions say to use roller which I would have done had the tiles been larger.Top notch

Great finish but don't scrimp on the prep!

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Anonymous - 1 year ago

I bought this to liven up the bathroom in our new house as the walls and floor were both beige tiles. It's got a high ceiling and complete tile coverage so I was a little concerned the 2l tin wouldn't do all the coats I needed it to but I managed three coats of the walls with a little to spare. One thing to be really careful of is the prepping of the paint surface. Make sure you wash everything down two or three times beforehand as it'll make a massive difference to the finish. Especially the corners and edges as if there's a build-up of grease it'll be noticeable when you start painting as it won't cover as well. Also watch the roller marks on the first coat as you won't be able to get rid of them easily on subsequent coats. I used a small brush for the edges and the grout and a narrow foam roller for the tiles.

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