An important announcement from our marketing director about our 'Does Exactly What It Says' strapline.
Tips for the top: Five Easter holiday tips from the team here at Ronseal
The Easter holiday with the kids can be a bit of a slog, especially if you are trying to get things done at home. Here are the Ronseal team’s top half term hacks to help you out:
1) Bring those boring old terracotta pots in from the cold and get the kids decorating. There are plenty of pot painting tutorials on YouTube ready and waiting to captivate the kids. Garden Paint will stick to almost any surface – wood, brick, terracotta and metal - so don’t forget to cover your surfaces or it’ll be more than just the pots they’ve transformed.
2) Overused wooden surfaces can become dull very easily. Our staff love using Ronseal Interior Varnish on their wooden surfaces at home, it’s a quick tip that will make your wooden surfaces look great again.
3) One of our absolute favourite products has to be our Ronseal Precision Finish Power Sprayer. Paint your fence in as little time as two minutes! Simply pour Ronseal One Coat Sprayable Fence Paint into the sprayer bucket and spray away!
4) When the sun finally comes out and you want to show off your garden furniture, there’s nothing worse than it looking worn and tired. Our Ronseal Perfect Finish Ultimate Protection Hardwood Garden Furniture Oil nourishes wooden furniture, and dries in an hour – so you’ll be able to make the most of the sun before it starts raining again! Plus it protects your furniture from sun and water damage– two birds with one stone.
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Last Friday we ran an apology. It explained that, after 21 years, we were ending the use of our famous ‘does exactly what it says on the tin’ line. We want to apologise for that apology and say, that we are now even sorrier than we were.
Autumn is here so you know what that means. Frosty mornings, the crunch of leaves, bonfires, and massive heating bills. To save energy, and hopefully cut costs, here’s a few DIY tips before winter.