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Product News Archive January 2010

Growers get kitted out 28 January 2010
Raised beds and planters are an ideal option for those who want to grow their own, but where space is at a premium.

Viral gaming success 27 January 2010
Launched to support Araldite's Fusion Power adhesive, the Fusion Lab game consisted of a wind tunnel test facility within which players had to use Fusion's adhesive power to adhere a stream of items falling into the tunnel.

Filofix it with Forgefix 27 January 2010
Forgefix has just launched a new guide known as the FiloFix.

Down to Earth range 27 January 2010
Down to Earth is the eco-friendly range from LG Harris. The paintbrush and roller handles are manufactured from 65% cornstarch.

Fusion Design updated 27 January 2010
20-20 Fusion Limited is set to launch the latest version of its Fusion CAD software at Kbb 2010.

I know this 'mulch' is true 27 January 2010
Gardeners are more environmentally aware, but they also want value for money, particularly in the current climate.

Effective pest control? Naturally 26 January 2010
Scotts Miracle-Gro has strengthened its home pesticide offer with the launch of a collection of 'natural' and safe products in its Home Defence range.

They do it with mirrors 15 January 2010
The patented 8 Stage Mirror Cube is a simple and stylish way for consumers to get a designer feel in their homes and for retailers to make some serious sales.

New BCT range is out of this world 13 January 2010
British Ceramic Tile has recently launched the new Saturn range, an addition to the Urban collection.

Dansand distribution deal 11 January 2010
Dansand and Bradstone have joined forces to distribute Tommy Walsh's Choice Dansand joint filling sand.

Stairpart simplicity 11 January 2010
Richard Burbidge has restructured its stair balustrade range to make it easier to order, stock, display and sell.

Sell more spanners 11 January 2010
Consumers are most likely to consider buying a new set of spanners when they come to do a job and discover one missing, says Kamasa. And, its latest countertop display is designed to trigger that memory when placed near the till.

Chill with the footie 8 January 2010
Football fans will be able to show their support for England's World Cup campaign with an England-branded personal drinks fridge from Husky.

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