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RONSEAL DECK STAIN 2 FOR £30 @ B&Q NORMALLY £32 EACH
RONSEAL DECK STAIN 2 FOR £30 @ B&Q NORMALLY £32 EACH

RONSEAL DECK STAIN 2 FOR £30 @ B&Q NORMALLY £32 EACH

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I bought 2 Ronseal deck stain today in b&q for £30 which seems a really good deal as 1 costs £32. just thought i would post as its getting to that time of year to spruce the decking up for barbie season. Enjoy!

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This is the next job on my list. Was this an advertised offer or a pricing error at the checkout?

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frost1979;5109470

This is the next job on my list. Was this an advertised offer or a … This is the next job on my list. Was this an advertised offer or a pricing error at the checkout?



It was advertised instore 2 for £30 or 1 for £32.89 seems bizarre , i am glad i went to b&q i nearly bought 1 in homebase for £32 wouldnt have slept tonight .lol

Hope this is in my store, recently put some decking down and was about to buy some of this, i'll have a look tomorrow

dont forget 10% off which you need to have got by tommorow, to have 10% for rest of the month so only £27 hot hot hot!:thumbsup:

Wickes own brand £14.80

gr8h8me;5111339

Wickes own brand £14.80



no wickes near me :-(

Just had a look at b&q and it is 2 for £30 or one for £22.93.

Didn't have any in the colour i wanted though

Has been £15.99 at Wilkinsons for the last week (Thetford instore, online it's £19.99)

I got this just last week and paid £32.89 from B&Q, it ran out 3/4 of the way through staining the decking (3.6m x 3m)! Couldnt get it again in the same colour (was in homebase) so i went for Sadolin instead, this was much thicker and seemed to go further using a brush rather than the pad you get with the ronseal plus was only £22, so if you can't get this deal or like me didn't like it, i would recommend Sadolin from homebase (they have red cedar too which i couldnt find anywhere) :thumbsup:

Not voting cold as this is a good price, however, would strongly advise anyone not to use this product on your decking unless you are preparared for excessive yearly maintenance. I used this on my deck several years ago and at the time it looked fantastic. Well that was year 1. Every year since the coating has peeled and cracked more and more. Each year more and more coats are required to get the colour to match. Last year required 7 coats and still looked poor. Now in the painfull process of stripping the deck and looking at deep penetrating oil options that do not leave a skin and so will not crack or peel but will still protect the wood.

draco2001;5209518

Not voting cold as this is a good price, however, would strongly advise … Not voting cold as this is a good price, however, would strongly advise anyone not to use this product on your decking unless you are preparared for excessive yearly maintenance. I used this on my deck several years ago and at the time it looked fantastic. Well that was year 1. Every year since the coating has peeled and cracked more and more. Each year more and more coats are required to get the colour to match. Last year required 7 coats and still looked poor. Now in the painfull process of stripping the deck and looking at deep penetrating oil options that do not leave a skin and so will not crack or peel but will still protect the wood.




I agree with the above, for the first couple of weeks it is down, it looks great, but it then begins to peel, or fade, every year since it has been down 3 years now, I have had to buy at least another 4 or 5 tins of the stuff, this year I went on my hands and knees and sanded the lot off, it took me a lot of time and effort but now it is well worth it, I used instead Ronseal Decking oil, in medium teak it looks fantastic. The water now beads all across the decking, where the water went before I really dont know. I will never advise any one to use this, it is more of a paint, than a varnish or seal.

I know this is an old deal but is drac2001 suggesting the Ronseal is no good or the other one posted as tomitma saying the Ronseal decking oil is the best, is this correct as we are looking at them just now. Thanks

Hi there, we too are about to re-stain the deck again. Have always used Ronseal Decking Stain, but after 2 months of being on, it starts to peel back. Looks awful by the end of summer & has needed re-doing every year for the last 3. We are desperately looking for something that will stay in place & look good - Can anyone help - please!!
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