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Leyland Trade coatings tackle problems

Published: 23 September 2015
Leyland Trade has launched a new specialist coatings range of nine products covering the most ubiquitous problem areas.
Leyland Trade coatings tackle problems
Direct to Metal Paint is supported by Anti-Corrosive Metal Primer, which provides a robust barrier to protect against rust.

The range features three other specialised primers - MDF Primer, Stain Blocking Primer and Alkali Resisting Wall Primer - which, between them, provide solid protection for a range of interior and exterior substrates.

The re-packaged Heavy Duty Floor Paint provides a hardwearing satin finish whilst the new Anti-Slip Floor Paint is ideal for internal concrete, steel and wooden floors.

Finally, the water-resistant system comprises the Damp Block undercoat with Anti Damp Paint. The products will be appearing across ITV4 as a result of Leyland Trade's sponsorship of Daytime on the channel.

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