Ronseal One Coat Tile Paint

Ronseal One Coat Tile Paint will rejuvenate and transform your kitchen and bathroom tiles leaving a highly durable, waterproof and mould resistant finish. 

Before You Start

Clean any surrounding grout lines with our Ronseal Grout Cleaner and wipe with a lint free cloth. Ensure all damaged areas of grout are repaired and give tiles a thorough clean with bleach and wipe down. Open your doors and windows for ventilation. 

Using Your Tile Paint

Stir the paint well before use. Apply one coat working into the grout line and finishing each tile with a vertical stroke.
A second coat may be required there is a significant colour change or if tiles are heavily patterned. Leave 24 hours between each coat. 

After 24 hours redefine the grout line with our Ronseal One Coat Grout Pen.

Usage Areas: All interior tiles.
Compatibility: Bare or previously painted tiles.
Clean Up: Clean all brushes in white spirit or brush cleaner. 

How do I use it?

Areas of use: Indoors
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Satin and Gloss
Drying time
2 Hours

It takes no time at all

Your surface area

Product reviews

Much better than expected by Elizabeth richards

The paint worked great - I had my doubts as I had seen to many bad reviews for tile Paint. We cleaned the tiles thoroughly and then applied the paint to the tiles. One dry for 24 hours we applied 2 coats of the grout pen. I don't know how well it will last but has updated our Kitchen tiles.just need to do the cupboard doors now...

Date submitted by: 09 January 2017

Summary by Simon

I am ocd and have taken tiles off before, so know the trouble it causes along with half a ton Of filler or new plaster board. Anyway, i was looking at this product and decided to give it a go. I used a brush on a few tiles and had to remove it. Too thick and runs. I used a small smooth roller after that and The result was perfection. Pity they didn't mention that on the tin.

Date submitted by: 14 December 2016

Excellent product by Denoyce

I'm not the best diy person but this product made it easy. I used a brush for the grout lines and then applied using a roller. Smooth one. Went on a treat. Kitchen went from 15 years old and dated to modern and fresh. I used granite grey

Date submitted by: 08 October 2016

does what it says on the tin by laz

I was very dubious about this product but after reading the reviews decided to give it a go. I've just finished painting bright green shiny kitchen tiles with the mocha satin and I'm so impressed. I started off quite nervously but once i got going it covered really easily and looks amazing and has totally changed the look of this very dated kitchen. I hasten to add the bright green shiny tiles weren't my choice we've just moved in this bungalow and thanks to ronseal i can now live with this kitchen at least for a while. And one coat covered the tiles easily. Would definitely recommend this product

Date submitted by: 27 August 2016

Colbalt by Angela

If you are using the darker colours on kitchen cupboard or tiles it is worth asking the paint department to shake the tin up and then really shake and stir before use. I then got the colour I expected (colbalt grey/blue).

Date submitted by: 26 June 2016

Fantastic results! by Cristina

Painted my old and dark kitchen tiles white. needed only one coat and achieved Impressive results! started with a brush, but quickly changed to a roll, with it the paint got easier to apply and the results better.

Date submitted by: 12 March 2016

Amazing by Jo

Just moved in to new house and have 3 bathrooms so wanted to do a quick up cycle as have million other things to do aswell!! the paint is thick to put on but the coverage is great and would definitely suggest leaving overnight to dry if second coating, I had some tiles with patterns on so was necessary for these, was really impressed with final finish and as long as take your time and don't rush this is a great product, going to use on kitchen tiles.....

Date submitted by: 12 March 2016

This transformed my kitchen! by Amazing!!

I used this to paint my kitchen tiles and I can't believe how good it looks! I do recommend painting the grout and then using the ronseal grout pen afterwards. Also use a foam roller when applying it and beware of drips, check it regularly To make sure there are none developing while its drying! I needed 2 coats but its well worth it!

Date submitted by: 09 October 2015

Disappointed by mrs w

A brush left steaks so used a roller which left air bubbles. Did one coat of white over cream tiles and would still need another coat. Give it up as a bad job as the finish is awful so ive just ordered white tile stickers instead. The only good bit is it dries quickly.

Date submitted by: 03 August 2015

just peeled off by Mrs A

24 hours after the first coat, applied the second coat only for the paint to just peel off. Waste of time and money. Very Disappointing. :-(

Date submitted by: 29 June 2015


i've read a lot of mixed reviews on this so I wasn't quite sure if i was making the right choice but we live in a house with 3 bathrooms, all with appalling tiles choices, the cost of replacing them all was not an option so this is a short term measure until we get round to doing each bathroom. the first thing I would say is do not expect this to look perfect, if you want it to look like new tiles then retile, this is paint at £20 a tin and you're never going to get a 100% even finish, second tip is pick your roller very carefully, do small cheap gloss rollers b&q do will just not cut it for this kind of job, i bought a thicker more solid gloss roller and it is perfect for this type of application, the roller really is where the finished result will make all the difference, third tip is preperation is key, i used sugar soap to clean the tiles and lightly sanded them to roughen the surface, gave it a good rinse with the shower hose then waited about 4 hours before i started. the reality is that unless your tiles are white and you're painting them white this will not cover in one coat, my tiles are turquoise and orange and the first coat only lightened that a bit, the key to this is not to expect to get it done in one or even 2 coats, go lightly with the roller, leave plenty of time to dry and start again, expect if your tiles are dark or bright that it will take at least 3 coats which is what mine took, with the exception of the tiniest but of flaking in one area and the odd slight drip mark i am pretty thrilled with how it looks, I used the matt white satin and they don't look that painted to be honest, they just look like the grout is really white but as it's not gloss it doesn't reflect the light and highlight every imperfection. if you're looking for a relatively cheap cover up job this is the product to use, you just need plenty of time and patience to ensure the coverage is exactly right.

Date submitted by: 03 June 2015

Very effective by Vicki

We wanted to refresh a dated kitchen without going to too much expense. We painted the cabinet doors and used ronseal white satin on the tiled areas. The tiles were previously a strong beige colour with flowers on... the ronseal tile paint is a thick gloopy paint and due to the strength of the underlying colour i put on two coats. The effect is fantastic. The coverage is smooth with no evidence of brush strokes at all. Once I had added in the grout lines with a grout pen as recommended on the tin, the kitchen looked light, clean and airy, and the tiles looked brand new and certainly not like they had been painted. I would highly recommend this product.

Date submitted by: 23 May 2015

Too difficult to apply by Utility room

Cleaned lightly patterned and light colour wall tiles thoroughly but ronseal white satin tile paint is very thick and difficult to apply and does not cover very well. Gave up after 45 mins having only completed 2m2! Not a cheap product so very DISAPPOINTED will not be using this product again!

Date submitted by: 16 April 2015

doesn't do what it says on the tin by S Morris

We used this in our Kitchen, Dreadful coverage, product came off and The Cobalt dried with a BLUE tinge. Not happy. Easter Weekend wasted removing tile paint. WENT and bought V33 as recommended by neighbour which worked perfect.

Date submitted by: 13 April 2015

Useless tile paint by PaUla

Needed to tidy up some bathroom tile followed instructions On the tin too the letter, paint peeling of and blistering not very happy so will be taking back to the shop for a full refund

Date submitted by: 07 April 2015

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