Condensation leads to mould, can damage your walls and doesn't look good. Our Anti-Condensation Paint adds a layer of insulation to help permanently fix the problem. Once it’s dry that’s it, job done. Unless you want to add some colour. Then you can paint over it any colour your want. It’ll still give the same anti-condensation protection.
- Helps prevent the causes of mould
- Moisture resistant
- Tough, scrubbable finish
- Use as a topcoat or paint over it
Anti condensation paint ronseal by Fb
Was getting mould in the bathroom wall & my daughters bedroom. Applied 2 coats went on smoothly. Paint easy to apply very thick but smells even though windows were left open for VENTILATION. mould was covered a good white finish.
Date submitted by: 14 January 2017
Ronseal Anti-Condensation Paint
Condensation leads to mould, can damage your walls and doesn't look good. Our Anti-Condensation Paint adds a layer of insulation to help permanently fix the problem. Once it's dry, that's it, job done.
Before You Start
Make sure the room is above 10°c. Open your doors and windows for ventilation and put down dust sheets to protect anything you don't want to get paint on.
Preparation: Remove any wallpaper and get rid of any loose paint or plaster by giving it a quick sand. Make sure the area you're painting is clean and dry. If you've got mould, get rid of it with our 3in1 Mould Killer. Cover any damp stains with our One Coat Damp Seal.
Using Your Anti-Condensation Paint
Give it a really good stir. Then use a roller or brush to put it on. Don't brush or roller it out too thinly. After 4 hours put another generous coat on. It'll be touch dry in 1-2 hours. If you want to paint over it, let it dry for 4 hours.
Usage Areas: All indoor walls and ceilings.
Compatibility: Bare and previously painted walls and ceilings.
Clean Up: Clean all brushes in warm, soapy water.