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FIXTURES & FINISHES Durable, professional paints


Teknos is at the National Painting and Decorating Show headlining its Futura Aqua joinery range, along with its Timantii interior products and Siloksan masonry paints. Futura Aqua waterborne urethane alkyd based paints are ideal for exterior and interior joinery items and provide varying sheen levels. Incredibly durable, the products are suited to professionals requiring a hand applied brush finish that flows easily with few brush marks, as well as application by roller or spray. The Timantti


product family comprises a series of professional grade interior paints for walls and ceilings in dry and humid spaces where good washability and abrasion resistance is required.


www.teknos.co.uk High quality wood finish for Veneer doors


Designed specifically to protect and preserve internal veneer doors, Osmo Door-Oil is easy to use and gives a professional touch to doors, ensuring a high quality, tough and durable finish. Door-Oil is the perfect solution for any modern home, as it will provide utmost protection against common household spillages and stains. After application, the wood's true beauty is enhanced, with the wood's grain and natural characteristics providing a warm and rich effect to ensure that any interior room looks


luxurious and elegant. Osmo Door-Oil is a solvent-free solution, created from natural vegetable and plant oils and waxes. These organic properties ensure the treatment is quickly and deeply absorbed into the wood.


info@osmouk.com


50 www.sbhonline.co.uk


january/february 2018


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