How do I use it?

Areas of use: Indoors
Indoor Walls and Ceilings
Coats
2
Finish
Matt
Apply
Brush and roller
Drying time
2 Hours

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Ronseal Anti-Mould Clear Coat

Our Anti-Mould Clear Coat allows you to keep your walls and ceilings the colour you want. And it stays mould free for up to 6 years.

Before You Start

Make sure your room is above 10°c. Open your doors and windows for ventilation. Put down dust sheets to protect anything that you don't want to get paint on. If your moulds been caused by damp, make sure you get this fixed first. 

Test your clear coat on a small hidden area first to check you're happy with this finish.

Prep - Newly plastered walls: If you've had your wall or ceiling re-plastered, let it dry for 7 days then seal it and paint over with emulsion. 

Prep – Previously painted walls: Sand off any loose or flaking paint. If you've already got mould get rid of it by using our 3in1 Mould Killer. If you want to change the colour of your walls, make sure you do this before putting on our Anti-Mould Clear Coat.

Using Your Anti-Mould Clear Coat

Give it a really good stir, then paint it on using a brush or roller like you could any other paint. You'll need to put on 2 coats leaving 4 hours between each coat. 

After the 2nd coat it'll be dry in 2 hours but leave 24 hours before you let any condensation build up in the room. Don't paint over your Anti-Mould Clear Coat with any other paint, this'll stop it from working. 

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