Kitchen Tile Paint

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If your kitchen tiles are worn out or no longer fit with your modern decor, our huge range of professionally picked kitchen tile paint can be a surprisingly easy and inexpensive option for the novice DIYer. Whether your tiles are outdated or you fancy a change, we have something to fit everyone. All of the paints on our website are specially designed to hold to your tiles, making them durable and reliable, even for painting around hot areas like hobs and ovens.
If you need advice or a step-by-step guide on how to paint tiles, or how to remove tile paint, check out our blog ‘How to Paint Over Tiles or How to Remove Tile Paintfor more information.

Shop here to search for your perfect tile paint to transform your kitchen.

How to Paint Kitchen Tiles

Before You Start

  1. Clean surrounding grout lines with a grout cleaner and wipe with a lint-free cloth.
  2. Repair any damaged areas of grout.
  3. Using abrasive paper, thoroughly sand to scuff the tile surface.
  4. Give your tiles a thorough clean with bleach and wipe them down.
  5. Open your doors and windows for added ventilation.

Painting Bathroom Tiles


  1. Thoroughly stir the paint before you apply it. This helps to ensure the colour pigments are
    properly mixed together.
  2. Apply one or two coats of the paint with a brush or roller.
  3. Leave 4 hours between coats.
  4. Wait 24 hours for the paint to dry.
  5. If you are painting with a significantly different colour, you may need to apply a second coat to
    make sure it is properly covered.
  6. After 24 hours, redefine the grout line with a grout pen.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, you can just place them in a sealed, airtight bag.

You need to fist measure the area that you want to cover (height x width) and then check the coverage of your chosen paint (per square metre) which will be on the product page or on the tin.

Divide your surface area by the spread rate but bear in mind some surfaces require 2 coats of paint.

No, tile paint cannot be used in direct contact with heat but it would be fine on a splash back for behind a hob for example.

Water based paint is designed to make decorating less of a hassle with the added benefits of being environmentally friendly. Water based paints are self-undercoating, quick drying but long lasting, easy to apply and have a low odour.

Solvent based paint is more traditional and provides fewer key benefits but it does offer a professional finish, easy to apply and it is tough and durable.

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