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Ronseal White Satin Tile paint 0.75L
A washable, white tile paint in a satin finish. Covers up to 8 m² per litre and dries in 24 hours.
- Waterproof & mould resistant
- Suitable for bare or previously painted tiles
- Recommended for masonry
Features and Benefits
This Ronseal One Coat tile paint will transform and rejuvenate your kitchen and bathroom tiles as well as your splashback. It's extremely durable and leaves a waterproof and mould resistant finish, free from any brush marks.
- Covers up patterned tiles and strong colours
- Waterproof formulation
- Won't leave brush marks
- No primer required
- Tough & durable
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.
|Coverage||Up to 8 m² per litre|
|Number of coats||1|
|Drying time||24 hours|
|Recoat time||24 hours|
|Touch dry time||1-2 hours|
|Paint/Stain/Varnish base||Oil based|
|Cleaning instructions||Clean all brushes in white spirit or brush cleaner|
|Surface preparation||Ensure all damaged areas of grout are repaired, give tiles thorough clean with bleach & wipe down|
Just an awful product...
Martin576 - 1 year ago
All the older reviews of this product give it 1 star. All the more recent ones and all the front page ones are 5 stars.... Maybe they have significantly updated the product and I got an old tin ! Read the older reviews - they are correct, this is an awful product. Painting white on white tiles with a good quality brush and it still needs 3 coats. It runs so easily despite putting it on very thinly and it becomes tacky in seconds so its very hard to get a good finish. Have to stand in front of it for 20 minutes after painting trying to lightly stroke out the runs that slowly appear.
I buy a lot from B&Q and have never left a review - I have better things to do with my life. Seriously though - avoid this product
Not one coat as suggested
Quicksilver13 - 1 year ago
The area that required painting were the tiles in the shower. Not an easy place. Two coats were required but the colour pattern still shows through. Next time I'll just tile over tiles.
Little magic can
EwaO - 1 year ago
I had blue tiles and it covered so well. It look amazing and hold well.
Alb00 - 1 year ago
It does exactly what it says on the tin - covers good
Covered my dark blue tiles well
Burgej4 - 1 year ago
Prepare, sugar soap, clean and dry. I had to do 3 coats. I started doing a thin coat with a brush but it left awful brush marks. I left 24 hours and went over with a thin layer using a gloss roller. I then left it another 24 hours and went over with a final roller and my dark blue tiles were looking brilliantly white. Take your time, paint in the grout, less is more!