How do I use it?

Areas of use: outside
Concrete Floors
Coats
2
Finish
Satin
Apply
Brush
Drying time
4 Hours

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Ronseal Diamond Hard Doorstep Paint

Our Diamond Hard Doorstep Paint is tough, so it'll stay put and look good for longer. We've added some extra slip resistance in there too, because we know how slippy steps can get.

Before You Start

Choose a day which is warm and dry (above 10°c).  

Prep - Bare Steps
to get rid of leaves, twigs and moss give the steps a good brush, then use the brush with some soapy water to give them a good clean. Make sure the steps are dry before you paint them.

Prep – Previously Painted Steps

Wire brush the steps to get rid of any loose or flaking paint. Then wipe them down with white spirit.

Using Your Paint

1. Give the paint a really good stir

2. Use a medium sized brush and apply the first coat. Leave this to dry for 4-6 hours before applying the next coat.

3. After a further 4-6 hours you'll be able to walk on your steps.

Usage Areas: All outdoor brick, concrete and stone steps.
Compatibility: Bare and previously painted steps. 
Clean Up: Clean all brushes with warm, soapy water