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Crown trade solves problems with Clean Extreme range

Published: 9 November 2018

There’s set to be plenty to see and do at this year’s National Painting and Decorating Show with Crown

 

Trade showcasing its problem-solving Clean Extreme range of scrubbable matt and washable acrylic eggshell paints. The creative design of the stand will allow visitors to see where and how the high performance Clean Extreme range can be used around a home and will feature a variety of domestic room sets to demonstrate how the innovative paints can help tackle stains, dirt, mould and bacteria in ‘real life’ settings. There will also be the chance to have some fun and win some great prizes, with a retro ‘hook a duck’ game taking place in the stand’s ‘bathroom’. The water-based range offers three quick drying and low odour solutions to creating clean and hygienic surfaces and features Clean Extreme Stain Resistant Scrubbable Matt, Clean Extreme Mould Inhibiting Scrubbable Matt and Clean Extreme Anti-Bacterial Scrubbable Matt. For projects when surfaces to be clean with a bit of sheen, the full Clean Extreme range is also available in a high performance, stain-resistant, durable and washable Acrylic Eggshell finish. What’s more, the full Clean Extreme range is available in hundreds of tinted colours to help create stylish and attractive décor schemes that are both colourful and clean.

 

 

 

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