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has anyone tried Ronseal single coat tile paint??

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Mrsboathook Fri 29-Apr-16 12:42:08

Thrilling subject!

We have bought a new house, of which the kitchen will have to do a few more years before we can replace it. The cupboards etc are ok but the tiles are darkish green and pretty dated. I was thinking of painting them as a temporary update. Anyone done this or am I mad?

DuaneBenzie Sat 30-Apr-16 07:30:27

We used it to spruce up the grim nicotine yellow (the only way I can think of to describe the shade of yellow: they weren't actually nicotine stained) tiles in our kitchen recently & it worked surprisingly well.

Ok so they don't look like new tiles, and if you look closely you can see the odd drip of paint (it's v thick & runs slowly so be careful you don't put too much on), but they look loads better than they did & it saved us loads of hassle/cost of replacing them with new tiles. We used a grout pen to redo the grout lines after which also worked well. I'd say definitely go for it.

Sychnant Sat 30-Apr-16 13:30:03

I've used it. As Duane said they won't look perfect but if you can live with that, go for it.

I did mine around 10 years ago, needed 2 coats. Last year I did one more coat to freshen them back up and the difference is amazing. An easy and cheap way to make things look much nicer smile

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