How do I use it?

Areas of use: Indoors
Smooth Planed Wood
Coats
1
Apply
Brush
Drying time
2 Hours

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Ronseal One Coat Wood Primer and Undercoat

Our One Coat Wood Primer and Undercoat can be used on any bare or previously painted indoor wood. It helps your paint to stick, covers bold colours and dark marks, keeping your wood looking its best for longer. 

Before You Start

Make sure the room is above 10°c. Put down dust sheets to protect anything you don't want to get paint on.

Prep - Bare Wood: Give the wood a quick sand. This will give it an even finish and help the paint to stick. Remember to wear a face mask. When the dust has settled give the area a quick vacuum and wipe down with white spirit. Fill any holes or cracks with our Multi-Purpose Filler. Leave to dry before painting over. 

Prep – Previously Painted Wood: If your paint is in good condition, give it a good sand to get an even finish and help your paint to stick.

If your paint is flaking, cracked or peeling you'll need to sand it back to bare wood. The easiest way to do this is with an electric sander. It creates a lot of dust so make sure you're wearing a face mask. 
When the dust has settled give the area a quick vacuum and wipe with white spirit. Fill any holes with our Multi-Purpose Filler

Using Your Primer

Give the tin a really good stir, then paint on in the direction of the woodgrain. After 2 hours it should be dry and ready to paint over. 

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