Ronseal quick dry stain block £5.99 was £11.89 @ Argos
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Ronseal quick dry stain block £5.99 was £11.89 @ Argos

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Found 28th Feb
Great at this price as Amazon still have it at nearly £10 amazon.co.uk/Ron…S4/
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Would this be good for radiators?
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Is this stuff any good? I used to have a lot of problems with roof leaks in the last house and never did find a stain blocker that actually worked, but then I never tried this one.
I would never use an aerosol of this indoors, any overspray will be virtually impossible to remove. better off with a tin and a roller/brush.

Also if anyone's looking for a good brand use Zinsser.
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 28th Feb
Use brush on stain block instead. I have used the aerosol before and found that white "dust" fills the room and surfaces. It takes a long time getting rid of the dust it leaves.
This is a terrible product and should be removed from the market. Not only does it cover the entire room with white dust but it does not work either. I gave a leak 5 coats of this useless stuff and it did nothing for the stain. I then used a different product and it worked 1st time. I really should have complained to Ronseal
Edited by: "Redbu11" 28th Feb
Redbu1119 m ago

This is a terrible product and should be removed from the market. Not only …This is a terrible product and should be removed from the market. Not only does it cover the entire room with white dust but it does not work either. I gave a leak 5 coats of this useless stuff and it did nothing for the stain. I then used a different product and it worked 1st time. I really should have complained to Ronseal


What other make did you use? need to cover stain on ceiling from a water leak.
Which product did you use??
Used this on a pair of expensive white boxer shorts ..... Alas , the skids were all present the following morning , doesn't do what it says on the tin. I'll be heading back to Argos with my skid stained boxers as I want an explanation as to how this has happened !
I used the Polycell stain block from Tesco. Not perfect but much much better than this. I would use a brush on one next time but can't recommend a brand.. in the past I have also used gloss!
Edited by: "Redbu11" 28th Feb
rooney1027 m ago

Used this on a pair of expensive white boxer shorts ..... Alas , the skids …Used this on a pair of expensive white boxer shorts ..... Alas , the skids were all present the following morning , doesn't do what it says on the tin. I'll be heading back to Argos with my skid stained boxers as I want an explanation as to how this has happened !


Just be careful hey don't inspect them with an ultra violet light or you might have more explaining to do, than them.
hgv2 h, 43 m ago

What other make did you use? need to cover stain on ceiling from a water …What other make did you use? need to cover stain on ceiling from a water leak.


Your probably best to use an oil based paint to cover the stains, a couple of coats before applying emulsion should do the trick.
hgv4 h, 26 m ago

What other make did you use? need to cover stain on ceiling from a water …What other make did you use? need to cover stain on ceiling from a water leak.


Not cheap but Zinsser BIN will do the trick and also be useful as a primer/sealer for other stuff too. If you just want a dedicated product then Zinsser Cover Stain is the one you want. Both widely available (Screwfix etc).
Third for Zinssner here, expensive but great stuff....
WhaleOilBeefHooked54 m ago

Not cheap but Zinsser BIN will do the trick and also be useful as a …Not cheap but Zinsser BIN will do the trick and also be useful as a primer/sealer for other stuff too. If you just want a dedicated product then Zinsser Cover Stain is the one you want. Both widely available (Screwfix etc).



Top stuff Zinsser had oil on kitchen ceiling that kept coming through paint until we used Zinsser, top stuff
Edited by: "wilson1973" 28th Feb
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