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From Monday 18th April, BOSTIK launches EVO-STIK's 2011 TV campaign

Added: 12 April 2011

• Anti-Germ sealant kills bacteria and helps protect against infection, • 1 Hour Shower bathroom sealant repels water in just one hour • White For Life sealant is guaranteed not to blacken, fade or yellow. Evo-Stik is a world leader in adhesive and sealant technology and is committed to investing in the latest technology in order to deliver innovative products that provide superior performance at affordable prices. Evo-Stik is a responsible brand, focused on minimising the impact of its operations and products on the environment.

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