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Ronseal Brilliant white Satin Radiator paint 750 ml
This Brilliant white satin radiator paint has been specially designed to give a durable and long-lasting finish on a range of surfaces. Simply apply 1 coat with a brush and leave for 2 hours to dry - a great way to give the surfaces additional protection. Covers 6m² per litre on average.
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|Colour description||Brilliant white|
|Coverage||6m² per litre|
|Drying time||2 hours|
|Litre capacity (L)||0.75L|
Anonymous - 1 year ago
This is certainly not a ‘one coat’ product as it dries patchy, or if you put it on thick it’ll be drippy.
The second coat does not apply well at all over the top after allowing plenty of drying time. I will buy another paint to finish my radiators with to get a good finish.
Jennjennz - 1 year ago
To get an amount that will actually cover streak free, you need to be generous but then it drips. Use a smaller brush & go slow although the paint drys fast & then you risk smudging it instead of it being smooth. It may say Gloss, but it’s not & can chip off if you scratch it with your fingernail. Disappointed
Really does do exactly what it says on the tin!!!
Fourthbridgepainter - 1 year ago
Used this on some beaten up radiators and they look as good as new. Really impressed with the coverage.
Ronseal brilliant white satin
Tony94 - 1 year ago
Once stirred and started to apply - the paint was excellent to use - spread perfectly and dried to a bright white finish BUT the tin said to let dry for 24 hours which we did - but when we switched on the central heating the smell was terrible - it is still smelling three weeks on, so I would recommend this paint for summer time use only
Goes on okay but very strong smell
Oxford Eddy - 2 years ago
I bought this paint about a month ago but wouldn't buy it again. It went on okay (although I had to be careful with drips) and left it 24 hours before putting radiator on but it had a very, very strong smell for the first week and even now we still get a bit of a whiff from it when the heating comes on.