Ronseal 10 Year Exterior Wood Paint - Satin

  4.9/5.0   16 reviews
 

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  • A quality water-based exterior satin paint for weatherproofing wood
  • Ideal for both bare or previously painted exterior wooden surfaces
  • Perfect for wooden doors, window frames, cladding, soffits and fascias
  • Durable and drip resistant
  • Provides excellent coverage and protection
  • Expands and flexes to prevent cracking or peeling
  • Ensures paintwork isn't spoiled due to changing weather conditions
  • Dries to a smooth, even satin finish
  • Carries Ronseal's 10 Year Weatherproof Guarantee
  • Weatherproof in 1 hour
  • Low odour
  • Low V.O.C content
Brand Ronseal
No. of coats 2
Coverage Up to 12 per litre
Drying time hrs
Size 750ml, 2.5L
MPN 36491, 37467, 376465, 37464, 36490, 36789, 37695, 37697, 37696, 37698
GTIN 5010214864911, 5010214874675, 5010214874651, 5010214874644, 5010214864904, 5010214867899, 5010214876952, 5010214876976, 5010214876969, 5010214876983

Ronseal 10 Year Exterior Wood Paint has been specially formulated to ensure paintwork isn't spoiled due to changing weather conditions, making it perfect for outdoor projects where protection from the elements is a crucial factor.

Ensure surfaces to be painted are clean, dry and free from traces of dirt, dust, grease or any other surface contaminants.

Bare or New Timber

  1. Lightly sand to remove any loose fibres and remove all traces of sanding dust before painting
  2. Wood can be degreased by wiping clean with a lint-free cloth dampened with white spirit
  3. Fill in any small holes or surface defects with Ronseal Multi Purpose Wood Filler, or Ronseal High Performance Wood Filler for larger repairs
  4. Treat any wood knots with an appropriate knotting solution
  5. Remove any mould growth with a mould and mildew cleaner and leave to dry
  6. For the best results, apply Ronseal's Super Flexible Primer and Undercoat before applying Ronseal Weatherproof Paint

Previously Painted Timber

  1. Old paint that shows signs of cracking, peeling or flaking should be completely removed with a dedicated paint stripper prior to application of Ronseal gloss paint
  2. Paintwork in sound condition should be lightly sanded first to provide a key
  3. Ensure that all traces of sanding dust have been removed after sanding
  4. For the best results, apply Ronseal's Super Flexible Primer and Undercoat before application of Ronseal exterior wood paint

OId Timber

  1. Any instances of wet rot can be treated with Ronseal Wet Rot Wood Hardener, and any existing woodworm can be eradicated with Ronseal Woodworm Killer
  2. Use a suitable wood filler to repair any damaged areas and replace any decayed wood with sound timber
  3. Then treat as 'New Timber' above

Always do a test area before starting any project to assess product performance and end result. Follow the manufacturers instructions on the tin at all times.

Do not apply at temperatures below 10℃ or in high humidity. Ensure good ventilation. Stir Ronseal exterior gloss paint thoroughly before and during use to achieve a consistent finish.

  1. Apply the first coat evenly with a synthetic brush, finishing in the direction of the wood grain
  2. Apply the second coat 4 hours after the first in normal weather conditions
  3. Treat all sides and edges (if exposed) and ensure the painted surface remains free from dust, dirt and contaminants until fully dry

For best results, use lighter colours in areas exposed to high levels of sunlight. The longevity of the finish will vary depending on the paint colour and the type and condition of the timber or existing paintwork. A South-facing position and the level of shade will also affect durability.

Maintain

To maintain the finish if it becomes worn over time, a fresh coat of Ronseal 10 Year Weatherproof Wood Paint can be applied once annually, following the Preparation and Application instructions, paying special attention to the end grain.

Q. Can I use the Ronseal 10 year wood paint without the flexible primer and undercoat?

A. To get the 10 year guarantee, Ronseal say you must use the flexible primer and undercoat. Plus it will make the top coat more durable and it will always give you a nicer finish.

16 customer reviews
4.9/5.0
 
Needs care and preparation in order to achieve a good finish given the high viscosity of the paint by Alan Griffiths

This product seems to be more of a technical coating than a simple paint. It needs a good compatible undercoat and then 3 or more thin finishing coats to get a clean finish. However, it does respond well to sanding to remove any small inter-coat runs.

Reviewed 750ml, Black on: 22/03/18
Easy to apply for a great finish by Dave Mundell

Great to apply, good finish and goes along way.

Reviewed 750ml, Spring Green on: 14/02/18
Goes on easily, cleans off easily by JT

You must use the undercoat. No shortcuts. Come back in 10yrs to see if it does what it says on the tin.

Reviewed 750ml, Spring Green on: 22/11/17
Easy of application, good coverage by Mark Goodman

good product at a reasonable price, pity it's not sold in a larger volume

Reviewed 750ml, Black on: 01/11/17
Good quality product by MAp

Like most quality weather paints these days it is a little like painting with treacle because of the thickness but goes on well and gives good coverage. Pale when first applied but darkens slightly after a few days to the colour I was expecting

Reviewed 750ml, Spring Green on: 26/05/17
Appears to be a good product by John Blurton

needs about three coats to cover onwhite undercoat finish is very good Used to paint hardwood sill on upvc window matches very, well peple think the sill is upvc!

Reviewed 750ml, Pure Brilliant White on: 13/10/16
Easy to use by Belton

Goes on well looks good easy to clean brushes will now have to wait to see how long it does last

Reviewed 750ml, Pure Brilliant White on: 01/09/16
Does what it says on the tin by Jude March

Lovely finish, easy to cast off and high opacity which covers well

Reviewed 750ml, Pure Brilliant White on: 11/06/16
Easy to use and a brilliant finish by Graham Day

This product was really easy to use, good coverage and a professional finish. Brilliant colour.

Reviewed 750ml, Spring Green on: 29/10/15
Nice bright white paint by E Winkler

Used this to paint the trim of a playhouse, looks good and will hopefully stay nice for years to come.

Reviewed 750ml, Pure Brilliant White on: 08/08/15
Excellent product as usual by Ken Wells

great product and very efficient to buy from.

Reviewed 750ml, Black on: 13/06/15
Great so far by Matthew Bentham

As it's 10 year paint I can't really comment for another 9 years and 11 months, but so far it looks really good!

Reviewed 750ml, Pure Brilliant White on: 04/02/15
Extremely poor coverage by Micael Chalk

I live by sea and liked the idea of the 10yr bit but after seeing the result on the bottom panel of the door I went out and bought an Albany gloss that covered really well with one coat.

Reviewed 750ml, Spring Green on: 17/10/14
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Works well by Rogerf

Read the tin and benefit from no primer wood painting; brushes clean with water and a promised long life. I wouldn't normally use it on top of regular paints but I do use it on its own or perhaps on a well scratched surface. The paint is not at all cheap but it is very convenient.

Reviewed 750ml, Black on: 30/09/14
The Ronseal products purchased were excellent and the requested advice came back promptly by Trevor Moore

The products were easy to apply, the brush cleaning with water was a plus and the end result was very pleasing.

Reviewed 750ml, Spring Green on: 24/09/14
Great product, does what is says on the tin! by Becky English

One of the best outdoor wood paints I have used.

Reviewed 750ml, Pure Brilliant White on: 14/09/14