Ronseal Apology

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Ronseal Apology

Our world famous strapline 'does exactly what it says on the tin', has recently been scrutinised across social networks, because our products don't always come in a 'tin'. So we’ve decided to change it. Here’s an apology from our Marketing Director, on behalf of everyone at Ronseal.

We welcome feedback on social:




Sheila moore
Whether ronseal products come in tin, plastic or a jiffy bag, ever single product ive used with ronseal on it, does what it says on the label.
17 May 2015

P Dobinson
WIll you people please get a life. What does it matter that it's a plastic bucket. As long as the product works. Which it does. Have used cheaper products with much regret. Go ronseal I say.
15 May 2015

Paul brown
Just seen the full page message in the daily mail today. Perfect - very apt, perfect timing...thought It was great and the family have also seen it and been taLking about a1!....
17 April 2015

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