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Dulux Decorator Centre launches new workwear range

Published: 7 February 2019 - Fiona Garcia
 

Dulux Decorator Centre has overhauled its workwear offering with the launch of a new range, which it will retail across its 204 shops and online.

The move follows demand from professional decorators who want “a one-stop shop that’s centered on their needs”, said the Akzo Nobel-owned company. It is the first of a number of new ranges Dulux Decorator Centre will be launching in store and online in 2019 in order to expand its product offering. Other new introductions this year include cleaning products from brands such as Zinsser, HG and Uniwipe,

The new workwear collection now features a Dulux Decorator Centre Decorator bib and brace, plus branded trousers with knee pads. The expanded range also includes professional workwear from Dexters. Prices start from £21.59 excluding VAT.

Dulux Decorator Centre managing director John Henderson said: “Our customers told us they wanted a more robust range of workwear products and we’re excited to have sourced the best in the market to achieve this”.

“Our new Dulux Decorator Centre Decorator Collection bolsters our high quality workwear offering and together with the addition of the Dexters brand, means that our stores provide trade professionals with everything they need to get the job done.”

 

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