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specialist eco wood paint from Thorndown

Published: 23 August 2019

Specialist water-based paint manufacturer Thorndown says its Wood Paint is a high-performing eco paint for the home and garden. Manufactured using the latest in technology, the wood paint is very durable, versatile, and uses architectural exterior-grade colour pigments that perform to the highest levels, the company says. Available in 150ml, 750ml and 2.5l tins at competitive prices for trade and retail.

Partnering its Wood Paint is a unique Peelable Glass Paint made using a 100% recycled plastic resin. Originally designed for greenhouse shading this paint can be rollered on and simply peeled off in entire sheets and sections when you want to remove it. The coating is durable, water-repellent, and with exterior-grade colour pigments, can last for years if you want it to – just don’t peel it off! Peelable Glass Paint is available in 150ml and 750ml tins with a 450ml pack size specifically for greenhouse shading. Perfect for greenhouse shading, but also great inside the home for conservatory shading, crafts, privacy and security screening on over-looked windows. Using the latest VOC free technologies available the same paints can be used inside the home as easily as they can outside creating continuity of interior and exterior design, says Thorndown.

 
 

 

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