Radiator Enamel Gloss Aerosol

Hammerite Radiator Enamel Gloss is a heat resistant high gloss finish for water-filled radiators and hot water pipes. Easy to use.

  • Long lasting gloss finish.
  • Tough and durable.
  • Resists yellowing.
Available colours
  • White
Colours can look slightly different in real life, due to your monitor
  • Drying time2 hours
  • Usage Interior


  • Interior Metal Surfaces
Radiator Enamel Gloss Aerosol can be used for:
  • Radiator


Finish Gloss
Coverage 0.5 square metres per litre
Repaintable after 15 minutes

Radiators can bring down the look of your home if they are chipped or discoloured, particularly if you have redecorated the rest of the room they are in. Give them a clean, fresh lease of life with Radiator Paint from Hammerite. It is specially formulated to withstand the heat and reduce the possibility of discoloration. Follow the guide below if you want to know how to paint a radiator:

  1. If the radiator has recently been in use, ensure it has cooled entirely before beginning.
  2. To get the best finish, rub down the radiator with sandpaper and remove all dust and debris afterwards.
  3. If you are painting a bare radiator, use Anti-Rust Primer on the bare metal.
  4. Depending on your preference, the radiator can be painted whilst on or off the wall. If it is being painted whilst on the wall, ensure that the wall behind and floor underneath are fully covered.
  5. Take care not to paint over any valves or knobs in case you accidentally seal them with the paint.
  6. Once you have applied the paint with a good quality brush, leave it to dry thoroughly for a few days before turning the radiator on to harden the surface.

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Frequently asked questions

How do I avoid paint sagging?

Apply several thin coats. If applying to a smooth vertical metal surface, abrade the surface with a side to side action using a coarse sandpaper.

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