The Ronseal Anti Mould Paint protects walls and ceilings from mould growth for up to 6 Years. The paint's advanced encapsulated biocide technology is specifically designed to actively prevent all common types of mould (including black mould) from building up on the paint surface in areas of high condensation and humidity such as kitchens and bathrooms.
Areas of use: Interior walls. Coverage: 13m2 covered per litre. Number of coats: 2. Drying time: 2 hours.
Before you start
Make sure the room is above 10 °c and open doors and windows for extra ventilation. Put down dust sheets to protect anything you don’t want to get paint on.
How to prepare newly plastered walls
If you’ve recently plastered your walls or ceilings, they need to be left to dry for seven days. You will then need to seal the plaster before using the Anti Mould Paint.
How to prepare previously painted walls
If you already have mould, use mould killer to get rid of it. Don’t try and sand the mould off the wall otherwise you risk spreading the spores.
Sand off any flaking paint so you have a smooth surface ready for painting.
Thoroughly stir the paint so the consistency is smooth.
Pour the contents of the tin into a tray and coat your brush or roller. Wipe off any excess on the rim of the tray.
Apply the first coat.
Wait four hours for it to dry.
Apply the second coat.
Wait four hours for it to dry. If you can still see colour through the paint, apply more coats until the colour is no longer visible.
Once you have applied the last coat, wait 24 hours before letting condensation build up in the room again.
Do not paint over your Anti Mould Paint, this will stop it from working.
Anti Mould Paint is extra tough and scrubbable so you can clean your wall without worrying about wearing away the paint.
Brushes and rollers can be easily cleaned in warm soapy water.