Does your shed need a refresh? We have the perfect tips for you!

Whether you have DIY experience or not, we’re here to provide you with all the tips and tricks needed to achieve your perfect garden escape. Painting your shed is a great place to start Your shed may have aged since you purchased it, leaving visual signs of grey wood; caused by UV rays and rain water. This problem can be easily fixed through a good quality wood stain or a preserver. Apply this product on an annual basis and it will prolong the life of the external timber. In order to gain the natural texture of wood use garden colours as this will provide a richer colour. What tools will I need? Thompson and Parkes recommend the use of a pump or power brush over a simple hand brush. Althoug

What Equipment Do You Need For Decorating? We’re Here To Help!

Decorating your home can be an incredibly exciting time. From painting your walls, wallpapering a room or updating your cupboards and wardrobes, there are plenty of things that can be done to give your home a personal touch. Taking time to plan and get the right equipment you need will help you complete the job with ease. What Equipment Do You Need? There a few simple things you need. Every job you do, will have its own requirements for tools and equipment, there are some tools which are perfect for any home improvement project. Dust Sheet: This is essential when painting and decorating, as they cover your floors and furniture to protect them getting dust or paint on them. Filling & Strippin

A Guide to Buying the Perfect Sander

There are different sanders for different jobs – simple. To understand and discover which sander is perfect for you, you will first need to know the different types of sander. Belt sander – A belt sander is great for removing a large amount of material from a large area. As it is electric, it can swiftly remove content substances from tabletops, doors flooring, and many other surfaces. As an addition to this, a belt sander is also perfect for rounding off and shaping wood. Orbital sander – Best for getting a smooth finish on large, flat areas. An orbit sander can also be used for smoothing paint, varnish or smoothing plaster between coats. Random orbital sander – Combines the speed of a belt

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