Treat your garden to a summery splash of colour

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The days are getting longer and warmer too — so we’re all looking forward to enjoying lazy afternoons in the garden again.

So give your garden a quick and easy refresh in time for the summer, why not brighten up your outdoors with a splash of colour with our new range of Garden Paint colours.

Ronseal Garden Paint is now available in a host of tastefully vibrant hues that’ll transform your garden in no time at all.

Choose from sophisticated shades like Slate and Sage, or bold and punchy tones like Purple Berry and Peacock, and make your outdoor space match your personal style.

And because it’s Ronseal, you can relax knowing that your garden gates, terracotta tubs and metal bench won’t be just looking good, but they’ll be properly weatherproofed too.

Whether you put it on your pots, on your shed or on your wall, it’s a breeze to apply, and is ready in a flash — It's rainproof in just 60 minutes.


Pallet in Blackbird and pots in Sundial

And because you can re-coat it in just four hours, you can even get the job done in one day. Paint the bench in the morning, apply the second coat just after lunch, and you can sit in colourful comfort in time for your evening barbecue!

Ronseal Garden Paint is available now from all good DIY stores


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