An important announcement from our marketing director about our 'Does Exactly What It Says' strapline.
Last minute touch ups around the house for Christmas
Paint your Christmas tree holder
Do you keep your Christmas tree in a plant pot or metal holder? Add some colour to the holder and make your tree look extra festive. Using our Garden Paint you can transform whatever your tree sits in with a Christmassy colour like Clover or Moroccan Red, and make it a festive and colourful addition to the room.
Give your chairs a lick of paint
If, like a lot of us, you have guests coming round for dinner over the festive season you’ll want to make sure your kitchen table and chairs look their best. Give white furniture a refresh using Our Stays White 2 in 1 Primer and Paint, you don’t need a primer so it’ll save you time during the busy period. Or choose a new colour with our Chalky Furniture Paint - perfect for adding vintage pastels to your Christmas day. Why not try mixing and matching with Chalky Furniture Paint and Interior Varnish or Wax. Leave some areas paint free and just add some protection.
Stamp out mould
If you’ve got lots of people visiting over Christmas, the last thing you need is unsightly mould around the house. Using our 3 in 1 Mould Killer can get rid of mould that tends to appear during the colder months. Then keep it at bay with 6 Year Anti Mould Paint. It’s not the nicest job, but only takes 2 steps and keeps your mind at ease.
Nourish the floors
Make sure your floors shine this Christmas with our Floor Oil, which nourishes the wood and brings out its natural beauty. It also dries in 30 minutes and protects against water spills, perfect for busy people and preventing messes that are bound to happen over the festive season.
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