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How to Paint Over Wallpaper

Moving into a new property is a daunting prospect, with lots of redecoration required to bring a property into line with your business image and branding, and to make a home feel welcoming for your own family or for prospective tenants. Zinsser’s Wallpaper Cover-Up is the smart way to paint over wallpaper, saving money and time for business owners, landlords ...

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Quick & Cost-Effective Ways To Paint Over Mould

Our guide below will show you how to kill mould and block stains without breaking the bank, using Zinsser products to quickly return surfaces to their original decorative appearance. Rising damp is different from mould and mildew and is often misdiagnosed, requiring a more extensive solution – see our guide on Treating Rising Damp. Quick Links Zinsser Paint Over Mould ...

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How To Paint Metal Garage Doors

Are your metal garage doors in need of recoating? Paint flaking and peeling off your shutters, leaving an unsightly surface? Not sure where to start? Painting garage doors and roller shutters may appear to be a daunting prospect, but it’s actually very straightforward, and will keep them protected and looking great for years to come. Read on for advice on ...

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PPG’s World-Class Protective Coating Solutions

PPG provides world-class protective coating solutions for superstructures and valuable assets in the world’s most challenging and demanding environments. Their market-leading portfolio of comprehensive, proven and robust range of products has a legacy of established performance and reliability across industries in harsh, aggressive and hazardous atmospheric, exposed, immersed and sub-sea conditions. Contents Infrastructure PPG and Wembley Stadium, London Marine PPG ...

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Upgrades For Fire Doors

Calling all landlords and employers – are fire doors fitted in your businesses and homes? A fire door can be the difference between life and death, restricting smoke and flames from spreading through a building to allow enough time for the evacuation of employees, tenants, and members of the public. Landlords and employers are legally responsible for ensuring the fire ...

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Fire Safety in the Workplace

Fire risks aren’t immediately clear to most people in the standard office environment. After all, they’re not using the chemicals and open flames seen in factories and workshops, with their desks and partitions seemingly a world away from the industrial workplace where fires are a real and frequent risk. However, human error and negligence are a major factor in starting ...

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Exterior Surfaces, And The Products To Clean Them

Keeping external surfaces clean and tidy not only improves the image of your business to customers on the high street or industrial estate, but will also help prevent corrosion, rot, and contamination that could prove costly if left untreated for too long. Rust and rot spots will eventually erode through surfaces leading to leaks in winter and possible access for ...

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