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uPVC Paint


Revamp your uPVC windows and doors with our long lasting, durable formula. Flexible to prevent cracking and mould resistant to minimize staining. Ronseal’s uPVC paint is ready to withstand whatever the weather throws at it. You can apply Ronseal uPVC Paint directly to the surface without the need of a primer and it'll be rain ready in 1 hour!

  • Resists cracking and flaking
  • Mould Resistant
  • Stain resistant
  • No Primer required
  • Long lasting, durable formula
  • Touch dry in 1 hour
  • Resists cracking & flaking
  • Mould & stain resistant
  • No primer needed

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Use for the following surfaces
  • PVC

For bare or previously painted uPVC doors, windows & trim.

5 colours available including:
Black Satin

Black Satin

White Satin

White Satin

Anthracite Satin

Anthracite Satin

Sage Satin

Sage Satin

Royal Blue Satin

Royal Blue Satin

Need to know

For new uPVC you need to wait at least 12 months before painting.

Number of coats

2 or 3 coats for the best results


Paints up to 6.5m2 per litre


Brush, roller or spray it on

Use it on...

Bare or previously painted uPVC doors, windows & trim

How to apply uPVC Paint

Before you start

When using Ronseal's uPVC Paint, wait for a warm dry day, above 10°C, and not likely to rain. Cold, wet weather can stop the paint from drying properly. Make sure the area you're painting is clean, dry and free from dirt, dust & grease.
Wash the surface with warm soapy water, rinse and leave to dry throughly before painting. Then make sure the surface is smooth, any damaged areas will need repairing before painting.
Lightly sand the area to give it an even finish. Use 180-220grit sandpaper to do this.
If you're painting over previously painted uPVC and the paint is in good condition, just give it a light sand with 240grit sandpaper. If it’s flaking or cracked, you’ll need to sand it off. Use 120grit sandpaper. Remember to wear a face mask. Clean up any dust and wipe with a damp cloth.

For new uPVC you need to wait at least 12 months before painting.

You can apply our uPVC Paint directly to the surface without the need of a primer.


Give the paint a really good stir. Then paint it on with a brush or roller. Leave it to dry for 2-4 hours, then put your second coat on. If you’re painting over a dark colour you may need to put a third coat on. Your last coat will be waterproof in 1 hour.


To keep your uPVC looking its best, check for imperfection every year. If you notice any cracks, blisters or scratches, sand off any loose bits and touch up the area with 2 coats of uPVC Paint.

Clean up

Take as much paint off your brush or roller as you can. Wash in warm soapy water.

Don’t empty leftover paint into drains or watercourses. Instead, contact your local authority, who may have particular ways to get rid of unused paint.

Technical specification

Usage For bare or previously painted uPVC doors, windows & trim

6.5m2 per litre

Dry time Showerproof in 1 hour
Coat time Recoat in 4 hours
Number of coats 2 coats
Colours Black, White, Royal Blue, Sage, Anthracite
Finish Satin
Durability 10 Year Protection
Application Brush, roller or sprayer
Paint base Water
Sizes 750ml, 2.5L
VOC Low 

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