One Coat Tile Paint Water Based
Our Tile Paint can transform your old tiles in just one coat. You don’t need to use a primer. It’ll stand up to knocks, scuffs and spills, so you won’t have to do it again any time soon.
- Durable and easy to clean
- Water resistant
- Mould resistant
- Stands up to knocks, scuffs and spills
- No primer needed
- One coat
How to transform your tiles
Before you start
Make sure your room is above 10°C and open a window to keep it ventilated. Cover anything you don’t want to get paint over.
Clean grout with our Grout Cleaner and fix any damaged grout before painting. Then make sure your tiles are cleaned thoroughly to remove all dust, dirt and grease and wipe with a damp cloth.
Give the paint a really good stir. Then paint it on with a synthetic brush. To get the best finish, go up and down, not side to side, on each tile. It’ll be touch dry in just 1 hour, but don’t get it wet for the next 24 hours.
Most of the time one coat is all you ever need. But, if you’re painting over a bold colour you may need a second coat. If this is the case, leave the first coat to dry for 4 hours. Then give it a light sand with 240grit sandpaper and wipe with a damp cloth. Once the surface is dry put the second coat on.
Take off as much paint from your brush or roller as you can. Then wash them in warm soapy water. Don't empty any leftover paint into drains or watercourses. Your local authority may have special ways to get rid of unused paint. Protect from frost.
Avoid abrasive cleaners, these can damage the paint. Clean with soapy water. Don’t get the tiles wet or subject to high humidity for at least 24 hours after painting.
For interior kitchen tiles & generic wall tiles (including porcelain, ceramic & glass)
||8m2 per litre
||Touch dry in 1 hour
If required, overcoat in 4 hours
|Number of coats
||1 coat (a second coat may be required if painting onto extremely porous substrates)
White Gloss, White Satin, Granite Grey Satin
||Gloss and Satin
||Brush or roller