An important announcement from our marketing director about our 'Does Exactly What It Says' strapline.
How To: Spring Clean Your Woodwork
If you’ve gone to the effort of giving your house a spring clean, why not refresh your woodwork while you’re at it? There’s loads of ways you can freshen up your interior and exterior woodwork to add a finishing touch to your spring cleaning effort without breaking the bank.
Revive your skirting boards, doors and windows with Ronseal Stays White 2 in 1 Primer and Paint. There’s no need for a primer, making spring cleaning the woodwork easier than ever. It can be used on bare or previously painted wood for minimum hassle. It’s also guaranteed to stay white for 10 years, meaning you don’t have to think about it again!
If your wooden kitchen table is looking a bit tired, give it a new lease of life with Ronseal Interior Varnish. Available in three different finishes (satin, gloss or matt) and 15 different colours from Walnut to Ash, Interior Varnish gives wood a richer colour, restoring it to its former glory. Interior Varnish dries in 20 minutes and offers your woodwork diamond hard protection against knocks, scuffs and scratches– what’s not to love?
And don’t leave out your exterior woodwork! No one gets a second chance at a first impression; the first thing a guest will see is a front door, so use Ronseal 10 Year Weatherproofing Wood Paint to create a long lasting impression. Easy to apply and weatherproof within one hour, there is no need to procrastinate any further. Available in 15 colours, including Royal Red Gloss, and Racing Green Gloss, make a bold statement with this product.
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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.
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