|No. of coats||3|
|Coverage||Up to 16m² per litre|
|Drying time||20 mins|
|MPN||36859, 36856, 36854, 36857, 36855, 36858, 36867, 36864, 36865, 36863, 36866|
|GTIN||5010214868599, 5010214868568, 5010214868544, 5010214868575, 5010214868551, 5010214868582, 5010214868674, 5010214868643, 5010214868650, 5010214868636, 5010214868667|
Ronseal Diamond Hard Coloured Interior Varnish provides a hard wearing finish for all interior wooden surfaces, including bare or previously varnished wood.
Please Note: This product is not suitable for previously painted wood.
|Ronseal Diamond Hard Coloured Interior Varnish - Gloss||A Gloss finish, coloured varnish for interior wood|
|Ronseal Diamond Hard Coloured Interior Varnish - Satin||A Satin finish, coloured varnish for interior wood|
|Ronseal Diamond Hard Interior Varnish||A clear varnish for interior wood|
|Ronseal Diamond Hard Floor Paint||An opaque, coloured floor finish|
Ensure surfaces to be treated are free from any dust, dirt, wax, grease, oil or other surface contaminants that could affect the adhesion of the varnish.
Remove any loose, flaking or peeling coatings with a scraper or a dedicated varnish remover, then treat as New Timber.
Always do a small test area before beginning any project to assess colour and compatibility of the finish. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times. Stir thoroughly before and during use to insure a consistent finish.
Please Note: If you get any water on the varnish within the first couple of days, wipe it off gently with a clean, dry lint-free cloth. Do not rub it.
After use, brushes can be cleaned with warm, soapy water.
Varnished surfaces can be cleaned by wiping with a dry (or slightly dampened) lint-free cloth.
For stubborn marks, a dedicated wood cleaner can be used. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions on the container.
If the finish begins to look worn over time, simply apply a fresh coat of Ronseal Diamond Hard Coloured Interior Varnish, following the Application instructions above.
To spot repair any scuffs or marks to the finish, simply clean the affected area and apply a fresh layer of varnish to the damaged area(s).