An important announcement from our marketing director about our 'Does Exactly What It Says' strapline.
Protect your home from Christmas wear and tear
Anyone who hosts family at Christmas knows the chaos during the festive period. It’s especially true if you have children in the family. You’ll know how easily scratches and marks can appear around the house when kids are having fun. Here’s a few quick tips that can help to prevent the worst of the damage.
Protecting your floors with a tough finish is a great starting point. Our Diamond Hard Floor Varnish will refresh your wooden floors and shield them. The beautifully natural-looking finish will protect your floor against scuffs, scratches, knocks and spills.
You know what it’s like. In the build-up to December, you get rushed off your feet and everything gets pushed to the last minute. If you need our Floor Varnish to work even harder, our Perfect Finish Diamond Hard Floor Varnish protects your floor five times faster. The clue is in the name – it’s perfect for busy families!
To get rid of marks and stains before your guests arrive, you can use One Coat Stain Block. This will make your interior look refreshed. It acts as a cover up for grease, crayon stains and much more so your home will look fantastic.
To get it done even quicker, you can use the Stain Block Aerosol. This covers up all the same stains for a clean feel. It is quick drying and doesn’t require a brush. Simple.
So, if you’re playing host for Christmas this year, our products can help to make your life a little bit easier. In just a few simple steps, your house can look brighter, more festive – and you can spend your hard-earned time off relaxing!
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