Anti-Condensation Paint

Product Highlights

Can be overcoated

Reduces discolouration

Reduces condensation

Suitable Surfaces: Plaster, Wood

Finish: Matt (slightly textured)

Application: Roller or brush

Drying time: Touch Dry 2 hours or 4 hours hard dry

Overcoat time: 4 hours or overnight

Estimated Coverage: 8-10m² per litre

Product Description

Coo-Var Anti-Condensation Paint helps reduce condensation forming and reduces discolouration from moisture. This product can be left as a white finish or can be overcoated.

As with all paint products please read the technical datasheet before use. If you have any questions or need technical advice we are here to help please call 01482 328053 or email

Anti-Condensation Paint FAQ's

What is anti-condensation paint?

Anti-condensation paint is a type of paint formulated to reduce condensation on surfaces. It contains insulating micro spheres that help to keep surfaces warmer, thus reducing the likelihood of condensation forming.

Where can I use anti-condensation paint?

Anti-condensation paint can be used in areas prone to condensation, such as bathrooms, kitchens, basements, and laundry rooms.

Can anti-condensation paint prevent mold growth?

Yes, by reducing condensation, anti-condensation paint helps to prevent the conditions that lead to mold growth. It also contains fungicides to further inhibit mold and mildew.

Do I need to prepare the surface before applying anti-condensation paint?

Yes, proper surface preparation is essential. The surface should be clean, dry, and free from dirt, grease, and existing mold. For best results, use Fluxaf Mould and Mildew Remover to clean the area before painting.

Can anti-condensation paint be applied over existing paint?

Yes, anti-condensation paint can generally be applied over existing paint as long as the surface is properly prepared. Ensure the existing paint is in good condition, and clean and sand the surface if necessary to ensure good adhesion.

How should I apply anti-condensation paint?

Apply the paint using a brush or roller. Multiple coats may be required for optimal performance. Allow 4 hours before applying the next coat.

How long does anti-condensation paint take to dry?

Touch Dry 2 Hours, Hard Dry 4 Hours and Full Hardeness 3-5 Days.

Is anti-condensation paint safe to use?

Yes, anti-condensation paint is safe to use.

Can anti-condensation paint be used outdoors?

Anti-condensation paint is primarily designed for indoor use where condensation is an issue.

What are the benefits of using anti-condensation paint?

The main benefits include reduced condensation, lower risk of mold growth, improved indoor air quality, and a more comfortable living or working environment.

Can anti-condensation paint be used on ceilings?

Yes, anti-condensation paint can be used on ceilings, especially in areas like bathrooms and kitchens where condensation tends to form.

How long does anti-condensation paint last?

The longevity of anti-condensation paint depends on the specific product and environmental conditions. Generally, it can last several years, but regular maintenance and proper ventilation can extend its effectiveness.


Standard delivery 48 to 72 hours (business hours). Prices are excluding VAT.

Zone Free Delivery on Orders Over Standard Delivery Charge
Zone 1 - UK Mainland £150 £7.00
Zone 2 - Highlands & Islands/Isle of Man/Isles of Scilly/Isle of Wight £350 £30.00
Channel Isles & Ireland - Contact 01482 328053    

*Please note that these prices only apply for UK Mainland and the Islands above.

If in doubt please call 01482 328052 or email‚Äč

Comes in these colours: *

  • White

* Please note that due to variations in monitor settings, the colours displayed here are for illustration purposes only.

For more accurate colour representation please request a colour card to be posted to you.


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