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Areas of use: Indoors
Indoor Walls and Ceilings
Matt and Silk
Brush and roller
Drying time
4 Hours

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Ronseal 6 Year Anti-Mould Paint

Our Anti-Mould Paint is great for kitchens, bathrooms, basements or any rooms where mould could be a problem. 
It's a top coat so when you're finished, that's it. Job done!

Before You Start

Make sure the room is above 10°c, open your doors and windows for ventilation. Put down dust sheets to protect anything you don't want to get paint on. 

If your mould is caused by damp, make sure you get the cause of the mould fixed first. 

Prep - Newly plastered walls: If you've had your walls or ceiling re-plastered, leave it to dry for 7 days before painting. You'll then need to seal the plaster. Our Triple Action Basecoat is great for this and will stop hairline cracks from coming through your paint. Use a brush or roller to put this on and leave to dry.  

Prep – Previously painted walls: Sand off any flaking paint. If you've already got mould, get rid of it with our 3in1 Mould Killer

Using Your Anti-Mould Paint

Give it a really good stir and put it on using a brush or roller. You'll need to put on 2 coats but if you're painting over bold colours you may need more. 

Leave 4 hours between each coat.

After the last coat it'll be touch dry in 2 hours but leave it 24 hours before letting condensation build up in the room. 
Don't paint over our Anti-Mould 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 and rollers in warm, soapy water.