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5L Ronseal One Coat DARK OAK £4 @ Wilkos (Free C&C)
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5L Ronseal One Coat DARK OAK £4 @ Wilkos (Free C&C)

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Posted 5th Jul

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For those that do not need to lug 2 tubs around for £8, the Wilko price is now £4 a pop, Dark Oak variant, which is the better coverage one. Free Click&Collect.

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Ronseal One Coat Fence Life in Dark Oak gives colour and protection to rough sawn sheds and fences for up to 2 years, in just one coat. The fence paint is designed to protect in all weathers and can be brush or spray applied. Warning: Keep out of reach of children. Always read instructions before use.

Brand: Ronseal Capacity: 5L Type: Shed and Fence Paint Coverage: Fences Colour: Brown Pack Qty: 1 Size: 5L Assembly: No Height: 21.0CM Material: Water Based Fence Paint Width: 22.5CM Depth: 22.5CM Bar Code: 5010214882885
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Very good value, years ago when this was a new product was paying £10 for a tub.
MisterNippy05/07/2019 15:13

Very good value, years ago when this was a new product was paying £10 for …Very good value, years ago when this was a new product was paying £10 for a tub.


I think I can remember (not too much further back than that!) when it was £14.99 a 5L tub.. when it was all the rage to just paint all and any wood items, anywhere, you could find with it, to be in with the in crowd!!
Awful stuff, avoid even if it is free. Not fit for purpose.
stuartc7305/07/2019 16:17

Awful stuff, avoid even if it is free. Not fit for purpose.


Or just make sure that the surfaces that you are putting it on, are prepared properly and you apply it with a creosote brush, instead of the stupid ho ho ho style sprayers, lasts an age that way and if you have not used the Dark Oak recently, its much better than it was a few years back, there is a certain run of barcode #'s and anything after those, is very fit for all purposes!
stuartc7305/07/2019 16:17

Awful stuff, avoid even if it is free. Not fit for purpose.



The truth is When you read posts like these is the fact is that they never even bothered to do the most basic of preparations -give the can a good mixing before using it.

When you open a can of paint no matter what it is and there's sludge at the bottom then it's a guaranteed sign that the chemicals have separated and it needs remixing otherwise you could suffer a number of different problems-
Watery consistency, poor colour , not sticking to the surface you painted propery , washing off in the rain.That's to name a few off my head.
hong_kong_englishman05/07/2019 16:52

The truth is When you read posts like these is the fact is that they never …The truth is When you read posts like these is the fact is that they never even bothered to do the most basic of preparations -give the can a good mixing before using it.When you open a can of paint no matter what it is and there's sludge at the bottom then it's a guaranteed sign that the chemicals have separated and it needs remixing otherwise you could suffer a number of different problems-Watery consistency, poor colour , not sticking to the surface you painted propery , washing off in the rain.That's to name a few off my head.


Spot on, common sense, nice one Phooey

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Nope, wrong! Mixed the can properly, surface prepared and brushes used applying two coats. Worst stuff I have ever used. B + Q's own stuff is far superior to this. Pay the extra money and get something far superior - Cuprinol Ducksback.
stuartc7305/07/2019 17:02

Nope, wrong! Mixed the can properly, surface prepared and brushes used …Nope, wrong! Mixed the can properly, surface prepared and brushes used applying two coats. Worst stuff I have ever used. B + Q's own stuff is far superior to this. Pay the extra money and get something far superior - Cuprinol Ducksback.


I wasn't trying to be right or wrong Stu!

I was saying that with, the right preparation "most" people using this, will get a good finish!
bitcoin505/07/2019 17:11

I wasn't trying to be right or wrong Stu! I was saying that with, the …I wasn't trying to be right or wrong Stu! I was saying that with, the right preparation "most" people using this, will get a good finish!


Good luck.
£3.99 at pound stretcher
Paid £12 for one tub at b&q
stuartc7305/07/2019 16:17

Awful stuff, avoid even if it is free. Not fit for purpose.


Well I've just finished doin my fences with this, and they are now lookin fab and well posh, so it's a big thumbs up from me!
Edited by: "Pinksparkles1973" 5th Jul
Saimas05/07/2019 19:36

Paid £12 for one tub at b&q


Ouch!

But at least you can nab one from Wilko, if you need anymore!
Pinksparkles197305/07/2019 19:56

Well I've just finished doin my fences with this, and they are now lookin …Well I've just finished doin my fences with this, and they are now lookin fab and well posh, so it's a big thumbs up from me!


Thanks for sharing your experiences, I am sure that there are some, that will not have such a good one, but well done with yours!
bitcoin505/07/2019 22:31

Ouch!But at least you can nab one from Wilko, if you need anymore!


Yes I’ve ordered 3
Need 1 now and I’ll put the rest away for a top up next year
So thanks I still managed to save
Thanks
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stuartc7305/07/2019 17:02

Nope, wrong! Mixed the can properly, surface prepared and brushes used …Nope, wrong! Mixed the can properly, surface prepared and brushes used applying two coats. Worst stuff I have ever used. B + Q's own stuff is far superior to this. Pay the extra money and get something far superior - Cuprinol Ducksback.


I used Cuprinol one coat recently and its probably like this Ronseal stuff, and yes I stirred it a lot tried some water in it to help loosen it due to heat otherwise even after 3-4 coats and letting it dry overnight the Cuprionol one coat was almost falling off.


Went and put 2-3 more coats on but I don't exactly trust it to last less then a year and putting 6-7 coats on is insane.


I heard ducks is hit and miss, some said it wore off after a year or two some said it was going strong after 2-3 years and really does repell the water well.


Used engine oil is apparently the best stuff or Barn paint from toolstation I hear. Creocote is rubbish also I hear.


Will have to spend a life time constantly painting it each year if one can't find anything decent !
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