Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Ronseal timbercare 9ltr £5.99 @ Home bargains Retail
531° Expired

Ronseal timbercare 9ltr £5.99 @ Home bargains Retail

£5.99B&M Retail Deals
35
531° Expired
Ronseal timbercare 9ltr £5.99 @ Home bargains Retail
Posted 17th JunAvailable: North West (Greater Manchester)

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Saw this today, plenty in the Farnworth store and a few in Walkden.

Amazing value as the 5 litre is 5.90 ish at Asda.

3488030.jpg
Community Updates
B&M Retail Deals
Top comments
I have just painted my fences using 6x tubs of the 5 litre containers in medium oak, took ages but it was definitely a one coat job.
Dont stock up its rubbish
35 Comments
One coat is a bit of a joke, but it's cheap enough to use twice as much...
Thanks for posting though, Op.
This is standard price. No idea why, but always have the 9 litre tubs for £5.99 but only in dark oak colour. Good price compared to other colours, but it's always available in B&M and Home Bargains.
furiousjammin17/06/2020 19:42

This is standard price. No idea why, but always have the 9 litre tubs for …This is standard price. No idea why, but always have the 9 litre tubs for £5.99 but only in dark oak colour. Good price compared to other colours, but it's always available in B&M and Home Bargains.


Wish I'd known that. Just bought an emergency tub for £10 to finish the last half of a panel...
Stock up it’s cheap
Dont stock up its rubbish
john.coote17/06/2020 20:05

Stock up it’s cheap


That's my point, it's not cheap. It's standard price. No need to stock up. Just search ronseal and look for the historical posts all the same price. Only this colour though.
Irony is, you always need more than one coat..
horb196717/06/2020 20:11

Dont stock up its rubbish


They is also a difference depending where you buy it, I use loads as I make garden ornaments ect, the b&m/Home bargains stuff is definitely watery but the stuff from the likes if wilko you can see the more oil base when stirring
Coloured water! Not the best save your money!
Same price at home bargains. Went to both. Good if you like Dark Oak. As that’s the only colour available in both stores. At least when I was in.
So if its watery, might be good for spraying instead of brush??
col1117/06/2020 20:23

They is also a difference depending where you buy it, I use loads as I …They is also a difference depending where you buy it, I use loads as I make garden ornaments ect, the b&m/Home bargains stuff is definitely watery but the stuff from the likes if wilko you can see the more oil base when stirring


Worrying if so, do they have different bar codes?
I have just painted my fences using 6x tubs of the 5 litre containers in medium oak, took ages but it was definitely a one coat job.
john.coote17/06/2020 20:05

Stock up it’s cheap


My local only let me buy one a few weeks back, needed two as well. Insane times. Managed to get another yesterday, don't know if they've relaxed or now. Would imagine so, but no need to stock up. They always have this stuff in every other week or so, and always at this price.
Don’t know whaat others have purchased. I bought one from Home Bargains same as this deal, then one from Screwfix. Both were very thick gloopy texture. I did use a compressor and spray gun, but only after a good shake. Goes on well, my problem was it’s paint, not a stain and personally I’m not keen on it.
furiousjammin17/06/2020 20:12

That's my point, it's not cheap. It's standard price. No need to stock up. …That's my point, it's not cheap. It's standard price. No need to stock up. Just search ronseal and look for the historical posts all the same price. Only this colour though.


They don't always have it though, I got it 5 or 6 weeks ago and they haven't had it since.... around £1 a litre seems about right for most other places so it's cheap enough for 9 litres.
sambooli17/06/2020 20:26

So if its watery, might be good for spraying instead of brush??


A brush is fine if you use a proper non synthetic type brush, those harris fibre fence brushes are useless, the stain flicks everywhere.
This is OK but if you have a large fence or shed to do then a Ronseal or Cuprinol 5 year is better. With this you will have to recoat after a year.
col1117/06/2020 20:23

They is also a difference depending where you buy it, I use loads as I …They is also a difference depending where you buy it, I use loads as I make garden ornaments ect, the b&m/Home bargains stuff is definitely watery but the stuff from the likes if wilko you can see the more oil base when stirring


Interesting, I've used the one I bought from somwhere else, I'm yet to use the one from BM - I'll let you l know how it is.
Not had a problem with this in the past. Always used a brush and always one coat. Lasted more than a year. Only problem is the bits of wood in the panel dry out and move a little revealing untreated strips but that's the fence not the stain...
Edited by: "SweatySock" 17th Jun
Si__17/06/2020 21:33

My local only let me buy one a few weeks back, needed two as well. Insane …My local only let me buy one a few weeks back, needed two as well. Insane times. Managed to get another yesterday, don't know if they've relaxed or now. Would imagine so, but no need to stock up. They always have this stuff in every other week or so, and always at this price.


I bought two, it might depend on stores as they are not the best 'managed stores' - I queued next to a sign saying only one adult but household yet there was a family of two adults (semmed able bodied) of four (other two two were well in their late teens)! #welcometomanchester
BattleBeast117/06/2020 22:18

A brush is fine if you use a proper non synthetic type brush, those harris …A brush is fine if you use a proper non synthetic type brush, those harris fibre fence brushes are useless, the stain flicks everywhere.


I just chuck it it on, not really an artist, so have admit it is a 'DIY clothes' job - you're gonna get it on you.
Paid £6 for 5 litre in B&M, Its £5.99 for 9litre in home bargains
like water unfortunately,better off wi cuprinol garden shades,thick and good coverage
Rubbish, false economy. Not one coat at all. Trust me you will regret buying this !!
Used this to paint all my sleepers and its been fine for what i paid for.
It's ok if you want to keep busy and apply every year as it soon washes off , tried the Barretine version from Toolstation instead this time much thicker so will see how that lasts.
This is a grey market snide product that is not on the Ronseal website.
I bought some last year but took it back when I found it only existed at HB and B&M
A Wilko manager told me that those co's dealt on grey market .
I bought Ducksback instead so I don't know just how bad this stuff is.
Not a bad business plan - selling water @ 50p/litre
Not the best paint, but definitely good for the price. Was using it myself.
peterdarlison542318/06/2020 10:45

Rubbish, false economy. Not one coat at all. Trust me you will regret …Rubbish, false economy. Not one coat at all. Trust me you will regret buying this !!


I didn't, absolutely nothing wrong with it,one coat is adequate, I tried some on a few old boards to test the colour , personally i'll do 2 or 3 coats anyway no matter if it says one coat or not, got approx 30ft x4ft high fence front and back and a 10ftx8ft shed done with a 9 litre...it was drying that quick in the hot weather I was able to give 2-3 coats almost immediately.... I like it, very easy to work with if you have a good brush.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 18th Jun
Hate how people get Home Bargains and B&M mixed up. HB much better hands down every time. This paint is fine if it’s untreated wood and you give it 2 coats. It’s no good on top of another paint, only itself if that makes sense
Only the 5l green in Bridgwater store this afternoon
Edited by: "Madcow" 21st Jun
Roger_Irrelevant17/06/2020 20:31

Worrying if so, do they have different bar codes?


Good point, I've never looked as I just buy the best offer not necessarily the same colours but will try next time I have 2 the same
BattleBeast117/06/2020 22:18

A brush is fine if you use a proper non synthetic type brush, those harris …A brush is fine if you use a proper non synthetic type brush, those harris fibre fence brushes are useless, the stain flicks everywhere.


Totally agree all fence brushes are actually no good for fences, why do they make them!
Roger_Irrelevant17/06/2020 20:31

Worrying if so, do they have different bar codes?


Just checked the barcodes on some tubes I have in the garage that were bought from HB, Wilko & the Range and they all have the same barcode number. So it should not make a difference
Edited by: "Madcow" 21st Jun
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text