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V33 Renovation White Satin Wall tile & panelling paint, 750ml
This paint has been specially designed to renovate tiled and panelled walls. It can be used in areas of high humidity, including the inside of a shower enclosure
- Suitable for Panelling & tiles
- Washing the surface with a soda based or sugar soap (alkaline) cleaner is essential before using the product
- Clean equipment in warm soapy water.
Features and benefits
- This 2-in-1 paint requires no undercoat for easier application
- The aqua resist technology creates a durable waterproof barrier that protects from condensation and repeated water splashing
- Provides high resistance to household products
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.
|Application method||Brush or roller|
|Drying time||24 h|
|Recoat time||4-6 hours|
|Room use||Any room|
|Minimum touch dry time||0.5h|
V33 tile paint
Markspecguy - 2 days ago
We needed a colour change for are tiles in the bathroom and didn’t fancy ripping out the old tiles so decided to try painting them first. I was a bit dubious at first about painting tiles but so glad I did brilliant finish. The art of this paint is to make sure your tiles are clean I used sugar soap. Apply first coat don’t overload roller patience is required. I applied 4 coats to get the finish you see in the last photo
Debs 67 - 8 days ago
I bought this paint to renovate my ancient salmon pink wall tiles. My builder applied it using a brush then small foam roller. It actually took five coats to finish the job but looked amazing at the end. The tiles now have a satin white shimmery finish with no sign of any remaining colour and have totally transformed my bathroom. Amazing product!
Great product but expect to put in the effort
MaggieG84 - 1 month ago
I bought this to cover up coloured mosaic tiles in my kitchen. After one coat you notice all the imperfections so except to do some sanding down of grout imperfections you never noticed. After that I did another 6 layers and they dry pretty quickly in between which was good. Really nice finish I was worried it would look very Matt but it doesn’t. And it’s easy to clean stuff off because of the finish. Couldn’t have turned out better very pleased. Bought a grout touch up pen but don’t think I’ll use it between the tiles happy with them all looking the same colour but needed it for the old grouting around the edging. I had to regrout a couple of little parts that the paint brought out but that was it. I didn’t regrout it all the original grout was fine
Happy so far!
Pb777 - 1 month ago
I purchased 2L of white and still have about half left but it took 5 coats - tbf when painting white (be it ceilings or walls) to get a good coverage I’ve found that it always takes more so I’m not that surprised... I also purchased the light grey for contrast tiles and this only needed 3 coats, so if you want a quick job maybe don’t go for white! Saying that it has uplifted the whole bathroom and it feels v light and fresh. Who knows how long it will last, only time will tell. It’s definitely a cheap, quick fix solution to updating a tired out of date bathroom. We did give the paint an extra few days on top of the recommended 48 hours to cure before using the shower so I hope that helps! The five coats also managed to cover the sealant in the corners so I haven’t had to redo that which is a relief!
Does the job, eventually.
Ms whelan - 1 month ago
I purchased this based on the good reviews It received. I had dark brown porcelain wall tiles to cover around a bath and shower.
Firstly, I have never tried other tile paints so I cannot compare.
Secondly, I needed 5 coats. Yes, thats right 5! it was very tedious boring job after the second coat. The paint is very watery so it lays down quite transparent. I used a low pile roller brush. (Foam roller made air bubbles)
I needed 4 litres to cover around my bath and shower cubicle.
The smell is different to other paints I have used and I actually enjoyed it.
The finish is not glossy but high sheen. Not what I wanted but no chance I am redoing it.
Only time will tell if it is durable and lasts. My tiles look better now than before so I guess that’s a positive result.