As part of the Ronseal Garden paint range, Ronseal Garden Paint provides weathering protection for a variety of surface types including wood, brick, metal and terracotta. It lasts for up to 5 years and 1 hour after application offers rainproof protection. Choose from 15 wonderful colours that bring a whole new dimension to your garden, giving life and longevity to a whole host of surfaces.

What can you paint with Ronseal Garden Paint?

With Ronseal Garden Paint you have the freedom to paint almost anything you want. The versatility of the product means it can be applied to wood, metal, brick and terracotta, giving you exceptional value for money.

How do you use Ronseal Garden Paint?

To use Ronseal Garden Furniture Paint, follow these instructions (also note it should not be used on decking):

New wood: Allow 6 weeks for new wood to weather so all the coating has been removed. After this time, lightly sand the wood to remove any splinters or excess fibres. Then lightly dampen a lint-free cloth with methylated spirit to wipe the wood.

Old wood: Sand down any old wood that has been left outside or painted to create a smooth surface ready for application. Clean away any mould or algae and either harden or cut away any rotten wood. Use a stiff wire brush to prepare fences and sheds.

Other surfaces: For stone or brick, wipe away any debris or dust from the surface before starting. With terracotta, sand it down to remove any glazing. Before starting, sprinkle with water to see if it beads – if so, it will require more sanding. Finally, for metal, prime the surface before application. For darker colours use grey primer and for lighter colours use a white primer.

Once the preparation is finished, you can apply Ronseal Garden Fence Paint by:

How much Ronseal Garden Paint do I need?

Coverage is up to 12m2 per litre, this can vary depending on the surface that it is being applied to.

Is Ronseal Garden Paint sprayable?

Ronseal Garden Paint is best applied using a brush and they advise that you do not use a spray gun.

Does Ronseal Garden Paint need a primer?

This depends on the type of material it is being applied to. Before spraying metal, ensure you use a primer before painting. Use a grey primer for darker colours and a white primer for lighter colours.

Is Ronseal Garden Paint water-based?

Ronseal Garden Paint is water-based rather than oil-based.

How long does Ronseal Garden paint last?

Depending on the condition of the wood, how the product was applied and general weather conditions, Ronseal Garden Paint can last for up to 5 years.

Is Ronseal Garden Paint pet safe?

Ronseal says that all their fence paints are safe for pets and animals once the product has thoroughly dried.

What Ronseal Garden Paint colours are available?

In total, there are 15 colours in our Ronseal Garden Paint colour chart. This includes charcoal grey, English oak, elderflower, sage, willow and more.
    Ronseal
    Paint

    As part of the Ronseal Garden paint range, Ronseal Garden Paint provides weathering protection for a variety of surface types including wood, brick, metal and terracotta. It lasts for up to 5 years and 1 hour after application offers rainproof protection. Choose from 15 wonderful colours that bring a whole new dimension to your garden, giving life and longevity to a whole host of surfaces.

    What can you paint with Ronseal Garden Paint?

    With Ronseal Garden Paint you have the freedom to paint almost anything you want. The versatility of the product means it can be applied to wood, metal, brick and terracotta, giving you exceptional value for money.

    How do you use Ronseal Garden Paint?

    To use Ronseal Garden Furniture Paint, follow these instructions (also note it should not be used on decking):

    New wood: Allow 6 weeks for new wood to weather so all the coating has been removed. After this time, lightly sand the wood to remove any splinters or excess fibres. Then lightly dampen a lint-free cloth with methylated spirit to wipe the wood.

    Old wood: Sand down any old wood that has been left outside or painted to create a smooth surface ready for application. Clean away any mould or algae and either harden or cut away any rotten wood. Use a stiff wire brush to prepare fences and sheds.

    Other surfaces: For stone or brick, wipe away any debris or dust from the surface before starting. With terracotta, sand it down to remove any glazing. Before starting, sprinkle with water to see if it beads – if so, it will require more sanding. Finally, for metal, prime the surface before application. For darker colours use grey primer and for lighter colours use a white primer.

    Once the preparation is finished, you can apply Ronseal Garden Fence Paint by:

    How much Ronseal Garden Paint do I need?

    Coverage is up to 12m2 per litre, this can vary depending on the surface that it is being applied to.

    Is Ronseal Garden Paint sprayable?

    Ronseal Garden Paint is best applied using a brush and they advise that you do not use a spray gun.

    Does Ronseal Garden Paint need a primer?

    This depends on the type of material it is being applied to. Before spraying metal, ensure you use a primer before painting. Use a grey primer for darker colours and a white primer for lighter colours.

    Is Ronseal Garden Paint water-based?

    Ronseal Garden Paint is water-based rather than oil-based.

    How long does Ronseal Garden paint last?

    Depending on the condition of the wood, how the product was applied and general weather conditions, Ronseal Garden Paint can last for up to 5 years.

    Is Ronseal Garden Paint pet safe?

    Ronseal says that all their fence paints are safe for pets and animals once the product has thoroughly dried.

    What Ronseal Garden Paint colours are available?

    In total, there are 15 colours in our Ronseal Garden Paint colour chart. This includes charcoal grey, English oak, elderflower, sage, willow and more.
      Ronseal
      Paint
      Ronseal Garden Paint | Shed & Fence Paint | Armstrong Cheshire - Armstrong Cheshire
      Ronseal  |  SKU: SX-338030

      Ronseal Garden Paint 250ml

      £7.70 £11.55
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      As part of the Ronseal Garden paint range, Ronseal Garden Paint provides weathering protection for a variety of surface types including wood, brick, metal and terracotta. It lasts for up to 5 years and 1 hour after application offers rainproof protection. Choose from 15 wonderful colours that bring a whole new dimension to your garden, giving life and longevity to a whole host of surfaces.

      What can you paint with Ronseal Garden Paint?

      With Ronseal Garden Paint you have the freedom to paint almost anything you want. The versatility of the product means it can be applied to wood, metal, brick and terracotta, giving you exceptional value for money.

      How do you use Ronseal Garden Paint?

      To use Ronseal Garden Furniture Paint, follow these instructions (also note it should not be used on decking):

      New wood: Allow 6 weeks for new wood to weather so all the coating has been removed. After this time, lightly sand the wood to remove any splinters or excess fibres. Then lightly dampen a lint-free cloth with methylated spirit to wipe the wood.

      Old wood: Sand down any old wood that has been left outside or painted to create a smooth surface ready for application. Clean away any mould or algae and either harden or cut away any rotten wood. Use a stiff wire brush to prepare fences and sheds.

      Other surfaces: For stone or brick, wipe away any debris or dust from the surface before starting. With terracotta, sand it down to remove any glazing. Before starting, sprinkle with water to see if it beads – if so, it will require more sanding. Finally, for metal, prime the surface before application. For darker colours use grey primer and for lighter colours use a white primer.

      Once the preparation is finished, you can apply Ronseal Garden Fence Paint by:
      • Stirring the tin to ensure the colour pigments are properly mixed.
      • Carrying out a test on a small patch of the surface to ensure you are happy with the results.
      • Applying the first coat and ensure to brush in the same direction of the wood grain.
      • Allowing at least 4 hours of drying time between each coat.
      • Adding three coats to enjoy the best protection and coverage.
      • Sanding surfaces that are smooth before the application of the 2nd and 3rd coats.

      How much Ronseal Garden Paint do I need?

      Coverage is up to 12m2 per litre, this can vary depending on the surface that it is being applied to.

      Is Ronseal Garden Paint sprayable?

      Ronseal Garden Paint is best applied using a brush and they advise that you do not use a spray gun.

      Does Ronseal Garden Paint need a primer?

      This depends on the type of material it is being applied to. Before spraying metal, ensure you use a primer before painting. Use a grey primer for darker colours and a white primer for lighter colours.

      Is Ronseal Garden Paint water-based?

      Ronseal Garden Paint is water-based rather than oil-based.

      How long does Ronseal Garden paint last?

      Depending on the condition of the wood, how the product was applied and general weather conditions, Ronseal Garden Paint can last for up to 5 years.

      Is Ronseal Garden Paint pet safe?

      Ronseal says that all their fence paints are safe for pets and animals once the product has thoroughly dried.

      What Ronseal Garden Paint colours are available?

      In total, there are 15 colours in our Ronseal Garden Paint colour chart. This includes charcoal grey, English oak, elderflower, sage, willow and more.

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