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Ronseal Diamond hard Light oak Satin Floor Wood varnish, 2.5L
3 for 2 on indoor paint. Discount applied at checkout.
This light oak floor varnish from the Ronseal Diamond range can be applied to interior using a brush. The varnish dries in just 30 minutes and will cover up to 18 m² per litre on average.
- Suitable for Wood
- Give bare floors a good sand then wipe down with white spirit. For previously painted floors remove all previous coatings & sand down.
Features and benefits
Want a floor varnish that lasts? Look no further. With Diamond Hard protection, this floor varnish from Ronseal will keep your wooden floors protected and looking great for longer. It'll protect your floors from knocks, scuffs, spills and heels, so it's ready for whatever daily life throws at it.
- Non-yellowing so you won't need to reapply as often
- Quick drying in just 30 minutes
- Ensures your wooden floors are protected and stay looking great
- Low odour so it's more pleasant to use
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.
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E and D - 1 month ago
We were really anxious buying this after reading the reviews regarding it drying green. We needn’t have worried, it’s left a fabulous finish and colour. We made sure it was sanded well, course, medium and fine then washed it down and left to dry before applying. The trick is to work it into the boards really well without letting too much gather on the surface or in any hollows. A 100mm (4”) brush is the way to go, it would be very difficult to work it into the wood well with a roller or pad. Two coats, lightly sand and then a final coat, the result is stunning.
DIYer - 1 month ago
In the tin it looks green but I gave it a chance on a sanded back wooden floor in a Victorian terrace. It’s green and dried green. Truly awful product. I’m glad I tested it on a section that will be hidden under a cupboard.
cloudcuriosity - 3 month ago
Bought to stain some newly sanded pine floorboards. Stain appears grey/green before drying to a very yellow shade. Really upset with the results after spending almost a week sanding our floors. Now need to find a top coat that will fix the problem. I recommend you provide tester pots.
Awful Green Floor
Archie9 - 4 month ago
I bought 2 cans of this floor varnish and used the recommended 3 coats. Instead of being a light oak colour as advertised on the tin it is actually green. Is this from a batch of faulty varnish?
rich_gs - 4 month ago
This did not do exactly what it says on the tin. it came out of the tin green and went on green. Sadly it did not cure into anything resembling light oak. Changed for clear. could have been a faulty batch but have seen other similar reviews. use with extreme caution after testing.