Prepare your home for Christmas visitors

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During Christmas time it’s likely you’ll have a lot of visitors coming in and out of your home – so here are our tips to help you prepare your home in time for the festive season .

Varnish and protect your flooring

Ronseal Perfect Finish Diamond Hard Floor Varnish will give your floor the refresh it needs. Not only does it come with an easy to use pad, it also protects the floor against scuffs and scratches – perfect when you have a full house over Christmas.

Perfect your kitchen

Chances are there’s going to be a lot of people in your kitchen over Christmas - it is a time for eating after all! You don’t have to worry about paying for a new kitchen, you can simply add a lick of paint to your cupboards. Either top up a fading colour or go for something completely different. Ronseal One Coat Cupboard Paint comes in 11 colours from Sandstone to Red Rose, and only takes one coat for an opaque colour that lasts.

Make your home smell like Christmas

The best way to welcome your guests is with a festive smelling home. Do this in a flash by boiling a pan of water and adding Christmas favourites like apple slices, cinnamon sticks, orange slices and nutmeg. The aroma will fill your home and make it smell amazing! And of course if you have a real Christmas tree your home is bound to smell seasonal.


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