How do I use it?

Areas of use: Indoors
Radiators
Coats
1
Finish
Satin and Gloss
Apply
Brush
Drying time
1 Hour

How much do I need?

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Product reviews

Ronseal Radiator paint one coat white by G.J.Davis

Found paint to be very hard to brush onto surface of radiator. It took 8hrs to dry and shows brush marks. I have never experienced this before and I'm 68 years of age. I have built and decorated houses all my life

Date submitted by: 06 September 2015

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Ronseal One Coat Radiator Paint

Our One Coat Radiator Paint provides long lasting protection to your radiators. It delivers a tough, heat resistant barrier that protects against everyday knocks, scuffs and scrapes leaving a brilliant white enamel finish.

Before You Start

Always ensure that radiators are turned off and cold before painting. Surfaces should be clean, dry and free from dirt, grease and loose material. Give the area a quick sand and remove any dust. Remember to wear a face mask. Open your doors and windows for ventilation.  

Using Your Radiator Paint

Give the tin a good stir before you start. Apply the first coat evenly and finishing with a vertical stroke. 

A second coat may be required if painting over a strong existing colour. Allow 16 hours between coats. 

Leave it to dry for 24 hours before you turn the radiator on. 

Usage Areas: All interior radiators. 
Compatibility: Primed, factory finished and previously painted radiators.
Clean Up: Clean all brushes in white spirit or brush cleaner.