An important announcement from our marketing director about our 'Does Exactly What It Says' strapline.
Fix up Your Home in a Weekend with These Quick Tips
Refreshing the interior of your home can be a bit of a chore, but Ronseal has a few top tips that will save you time and effort, giving your home a new lease of life.
Add colour to your interiors
Ronseal Perfect Finish Interior Varnish is great for adding colour to wood in your home, whether its doors, banisters, or a table. Using the Perfect Finish Pad to apply the product, and with a drying time of 20 minutes; you’ll be able to create a new look with Diamond Hard protection in no time at all.
Save on primer when painting with white
If you’re transforming the colour of a piece of wood in your home to white, it’s a good idea to make sure you prime the wood first – however, that can feel like extra hassle. With Ronseal Stays White 2 in 1 Primer and Paint, you can skip the first step and simply paint away, knowing that the paint is going to stay put once it dries.
Bring nature into your home
Studies have shown that having plants in the house can make you feel happier, and will give any room a lift. Buy some flowers for the kitchen table or invest in a low-upkeep plant for your living room.
Refresh dirty or discoloured grouting
Old grouting can sometimes make tiling feel dated, but with Ronseal One Coat Grout Pen you can re-define tiling grout lines in minutes. It is waterproof and mould resistant, making it easy to clean. Once your grouting is re-defined any room with tiling will instantly look cleaner, and feel refreshed.
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