For Interior

One Coat Everywhere


Make decorating your whole home easier and quicker with Ronseal One Coat Everywhere. It'll give rich colour and tough protection to walls, ceilings and pretty much anything else you want to paint. It's stain resistant and washable, ready to stand up to the challenges of everyday life.

  • Walls, ceilings & almost everything else
  • One paint for every room
  • Tough & washable
  • Grease, stain & mould resistant
  • Quick drying

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How to use One Coat Everywhere


Make sure the room is above 10°C. Open your doors and windows and cover any areas you don't want to get paint on.

Previously painted walls:

  • Sand off any loose or flaking paint. Then give the walls a wipe with a damp cloth to get rid of any dust or dirt. If you're trying to cover a contrasting colour use a basecoat first. It'll mean using up less paint and getting the job done with less coats

Bare plaster:

  • If you've had your walls and ceilings re-plastered, let it dry for 7 days before painting. You'll then need to seal the plaster. 

Bare & previously painted wood:

  • Give the wood a light sand with 120 grit sandpaper, then wipe away the dust with a damp cloth. Fill any holes and cracks and treat any knots. Our Knot Block Primer will do this for you

Bare and painted metal:

  • Sand off any loose and flaking paint, then wipe away the dust with a damp cloth. 


  1. Give your paint a really good stir. If you've got more than one tin of the same colour, mix them together. This will ensure the colour is consistent.
  2. Get lots of paint on your roller or brush. Always work from dry to wet areas. Don't spread the paint too thin. Extra coats may be needed when trying to cover bold or contrasting colours.
  3. It'll be touch dry in 1 hour. If a second coat is needed wait 2-4 hours. Do not thin this paint.


Remove as much paint as possible from brushes and rollers before washing with warm, soapy water. Wipe up spills immediately with a damp cloth. Allow at least 1 week for the paint to harden before washing it down.

Dispose of unused paint responsibly. Check with your local authority to see if they provide facilities for the disposal of paint. Don’t empty leftover paint into drains or watercourses. Pour it into a box with shredded paper or cat litter, allow it to solidify away from children or pets, then dispose with household rubbish. Protect from frost.

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