|No. of coats||3|
|Coverage||Up to 12m² per litre|
|Drying time||4 hrs|
|Size||250ml, 750ml, 2.5L|
|MPN||Please Select Size/Option|
|GTIN||Please Select Size/Option|
Find out the best way to add a splash of colour to your garden with Ronseal Garden Paint and our "how to" video.
Ensure all surfaces to be painted are clean, dry and free from dirt, debris or any other surface contaminants. Ronseal Garden Paint is not suitable for use on plastics, cast iron or areas subjected to foot traffic, such as decking boards.
Old coating type finishes such as paints, varnishes and varnish type stains must be fully removed by sanding or with a product stripper / remover prior to painting.
For best results, prime all wooden surfaces with Ronseal All Surface Primer and Undercoat - Exterior before applying Ronseal Garden Paint.
Terracotta pots and other surfaces may need a good sanding / wire-brushing as they are often treated or glazed to protect them from rain and frost damage. These treatments will reduce adhesion of the paint to the surface.
Weathered terracotta needs to be water-bead tested. If the water beads on the surface, sanding will be required to remove the surface coating before painting. If the water soaks in to the Terracotta, then the paint can be applied directly.
Metal needs a suitable primer before painting with Ronseal Garden Paint. Use grey primer under darker colours, and white primer under lighter colours.
Remove any dust or loose material with a stiff brush before painting. This product is not suitable for walls prone to damp.
Stir thoroughly before and periodically during application to ensure a consistent finish.
Top Tips: Always do a test area to assess product suitability and final finish. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times. Don't apply in wet conditions or if rain, frost or snow is likely
Wooden surfaces painted with Ronseal Garden Paint can be wiped clean with a damp, lint-free cloth and cleaned at regular intervals with a suitable, exterior wood cleaner, as required.
If the finish becomes worn or tired looking over time, simply apply a fresh coat of Garden Paint, following the Preparation and Application instructions above.
Q. Does Ronseal Garden Paint need an undercoat or primer?
A. If you are using Garden Paint on a metal surface then you will need an appropriate primer such as Hammerite, otherwise you can simply get painting directly onto the wood.
Q. Is Ronseal safe for animals?
A. Once dry, this is safe for pets and animals
Q. Can Garden paint be spray applied?
It's thicker formula makes it less likely to drip when applying to vertical surfaces with a brush, but due to this we would not recommend using with a sprayer as it will likely clog.