How to Get your Garden ready for Summer

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1. Add colour

Nothing says summer like a colourful garden — and that doesn’t have to mean just flowers! Try using a splash of Ronseal Garden Paint to brighten up flower pots or garden benches. The paint comes in 28 colours so you can mix and match however you like.
Give the garden a classic feel with White Ash or Elderflower, or go all out with funky colours like Pink Jasmine and Lime Zest. And with Mint, Pebble, Charcoal Grey and Moroccan Red colours introduced to the range this year, it’s easy to add an on-trend colourful update to your outdoors. Ronseal Garden Paint can be used on wood, brick, terracotta and metal, and is rainproof in one hour.

2. Protect and refresh your fences

The UK sun can damage wood over time, and it will grey and look tired. So it needs protecting. Apply Ronseal Sprayable Fence Life, which colours and fortifies your fence at the same time, with defence that lasts years. Choose from seven different wood colours to refresh your fence.

3. Make sure your decking is in top shape

Decking can be affected by rain and sun, or marked and scuffed by people walking on it. Using our Ronseal Decking Rescue Paint on old decking can colour and protect from sun damage and also fills in any cracks or existing damage.


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