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Save on Satin Finish with Crown Decorating Centres

Published: 31 January 2013
Crown Decorating Centres is offering Crown Trade Satin Finish at the discounted price of £25.19 until February 28, 2013.
Save on Satin Finish with Crown Decorating Centres
Usually priced at £35.50 for white, the decorating chain is slashing prices to welcome decorators back after Christmas. The Satin Finish has been designed with a tough formulation to offer a washable satin finish on interior woodwork and metal, and does not require an undercoat.

The offer is available on all 2.5 litre tins and can be purchased in any of the 119 Crown Decorating Centres across the country.

Visit www.crowndecoratorcentres.co.uk to find your nearest branch, or text CROWN to 83332.

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