Ronseal Stays White Non Drip One Coat Paint

This product’s great if you’ve not got much time or just want to get the job over with. Just One Coat will give you a great finish. It’s also non drip, so it’s really easy to use. Plus it’s guaranteed to Stay White for 10 years. If it doesn’t we’ll refund the price you paid for the tin.

Before You Start

Make sure your room is above 10°C. Open your doors and windows for ventilation. Put down dust sheets to cover anything you don’t want to get paint on.

Prep: Lightly sand your wood to give it an even finish. Use 120grit sandpaper and sand in the direction of the woodgrain. Remember to wear a face mask. When the dust has settled, give the area a quick vacuum and wipe your wood with white spirit. Treat any knots with knotting solution. Fill any holes or cracks with our Multi Purpose Wood Filler. Then use our One Coat Wood Primer & Undercoat to help your paint stick and make it last longer.

Using our One Coat Paint

Don’t stir the paint. Just put on a generous coat, with a synthetic brush, in the direction of the woodgrain. It’ll be touch dry in 1-2 hours and that’s it, job done.

Usage Areas: All indoor wood. 
Compatibility: Bare and previously painted wood. 
Clean Up: Clean all brushes in warm, soapy water.

* Stays White Guarantee
You must make sure you do exactly what it says on the tin when preparing and painting your wood. We can only guarantee this on indoor wood. Make sure you keep hold of your receipt - you’ll need this if you want to claim back the price of the tin

How do I use it?

Areas of use: Indoors
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Matt, Satin and Gloss
Drying time
1-2 Hours

It takes no time at all

Your surface area

Product reviews

Best gloss I have used by John Davies

Easy to apply and covers really well in one coat. Lovely finish. More satin than shiny gloss. No smell, dries in one hour and easy to wash brushes in water.

Date submitted by: 09 September 2016

Brilliant by Diana jaehrig

Went on like a dream! Needed sunglasses...never used paint so bright :) painted all through the HOUSE with dulux white last October and really needed doing again for Christmas. Had been painted Feb of last year too with dulux....never AGAIN. Painted a 20 x 18 tongue and groove ceiling and not one drop on the floor. Told all my family and friends....just getting another tin to finish the house.

Date submitted by: 09 April 2016

Does what it says on the tin! by BRILLIANT

Having wasted hours painting 2 years ago only to have it go yellow in a few months (dulux solvent based)... This time i wanted the white to last! Wasted loads of money on valspar, followed by dulux (water based) with extremely poor results (bad brush &/or roller marks). Finally tried ronseal and never been happier. Wish You could make in a bigger tin though as I'll probably paint the whole house now!

Date submitted by: 08 January 2016

Used ronseal one coat goes on good drys quick looks nice time will tell used dulux once four months ago and gone yellow let's see how this GOES by DAVE

Goes on good and looks nice let's hope it stays white not like dulux once four months ago and its gone yellow let's hope ronseal one coat gives me a break from going over the same STUFF

Date submitted by: 01 November 2015

the only paint i will use by One coat Paint

Used the new one coat paint in satin finish today and i am extremely happy with the result. the paint went on easily, it was none drip, had very little smell and was touch dry in less than 1 hour.I am very impressed and will use in future for all my internal wood. A very satisfied customer, top marks!

Date submitted by: 20 September 2015

Doesn't do what it says on the tin by Annette taylor

Worst paint I have ever used! Doesn't cover well at all...even after several coats! & drips very easily! Very disappointed with this product and won't be using it again...!

Date submitted by: 08 September 2015

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