Diamond Hard Floor Paint
Our Diamond Hard Floor Paint is tough. It'll stand up to knocks, scuffs, scrapes and spills. Use it on wood, concrete and stone floors.
- Protects against knocks, scuffs, scrapes and spills
- You can use this on wood, concrete and stone floors
- Satin finish
11 colours available
Write a review
Ronseal Diamond Hard Floor Paint
Transform your floor with our Diamond Hard Floor Paint. It's tough, because we know the knocks, spills and scrapes floors have to put up with.
Before You Start
Make sure the room is above 10°c. Take your furniture out and for ventilation open your doors and windows.
Prep - Concrete & Stone floors
Bare: Make sure newly laid concrete has been left out to dry for a month before painting it. This gives it time to set. Wire brush the floor and remove any dust. Concrete floors can react with the paint and cause it to crack and blister. To stop this from happening, you'll need to seal your floor with a Stabilizing Solution. Or, just pour some of the paint into a container and dilute with 10% water. Then put onto your floor with a brush or roller. Leave to dry before painting over.
Previously Painted: To help the paint stick, wire brush the floor. Then wipe with white spirit and leave to dry before painting.
Prep – Wooden Floors
Bare: Start by sanding your floor, this will give the wood an even finish and help the paint to stick. The easiest way to do this is with a floor sander. Use 120 grit sandpaper and go along the length of the boards. Make sure you wear a face mask, because it creates a lot of dust. Let the dust settle. Then give it a vacuum and wipe down with white spirit. If you notice any holes or imperfections fill them in with our Multi-Purpose Wood Filler. Seal any knots with our Knot Block Wood Primer & Undercoat.
Previously Painted: Give the floor a good sand down, then wipe with white spirit and leave to dry before painting.
Using Your Paint
1. Use a brush, roller or Perfect Finish Pad to put the paint on.
2. Give the paint a really good stir and test the colour on a small area to check you're happy with it before painting your entire floor.
3. Start in the corner furthest from the door. You don't want to paint yourself into a corner! If you're painting a wooden floor work in the same direction as the wood grain.
4. You'll need to put on another 1-2 coats, leaving 4-6 hours between each coat.
5. After 72 hours it'll be tough enough to stand up to just about anything.
Usage Areas: All indoor concrete, stone and wooden floors. Not suitable for self leveling compound or power floated floors.
Compatibility: Bare and previously painted floors.
Clean Up: Clean all brushes with warm, soapy water