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New Venture Products - Tips on achieving your desired wood colour
21/05/2021
Here at New Venture Products, we’re frequently asked how best to treat wood and although we’re happy to advise, we know it’s never a one-size-fits-all situation. Even if you’d...
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How to get the best finish with Oak
19/03/2021
In the UK, oak is one of the most popular choices for woodworkers & DIYers alike because of its distinctive grain, traditional appearance & rich colour. So how do you...
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Why Use Chlorinated Rubber Paint?
05/12/2018
Flag Paint's Chlorinated Rubber Paint is a tough & hard wearing paint. Suitable for road markings, tank linings, manhole covers, car parks or anywhere where visibility and...
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What is Anti-Climb Paint and how to use it.
09/11/2018
A simple guide on how and where to use anti climb paint.
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Caravan Care: How to Fix a Cracked Shower Tray
26/10/2018
Protectakote contains rubber granules to give a textured anti slip finish or it is available in a smooth version both of which can be used to paint acrylic shower trays.
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A Guide to using Anti Climb Security Paint and the law
26/10/2018
Anti climb paint is also known as anti burglar, anti intruder, anti vandal and even anti scale paint. As the name implies it is designed to stop intruders from gaining access...
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Four Ways to Prevent and Detect Burglars
25/05/2017
Security is a paramount concern for any homeowner or business owner, particularly those who have been victims of burglary in the past, or in areas with high crime rates....
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How to Line a Van With Anti-Slip Paint
25/05/2017
Safe, easy access to your van or truck is essential when you’re regularly loading and unloading the interior. However, the corrugated surface of your vehicle can become...
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How to Paint Your Car
25/05/2017
Scratched, chipped or faded paintwork can have a big impact on the appearance and value of your vehicle. But when faced with the hair-raising prices of a professional...
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