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FIXTURES & FINISHES Sleek with no leaks


“A few manufacturers have attempted to create something similar but, in our opinion, Abacus Elements has really nailed it with this clever design making it one of the best wetroom trays we have seen.” Roger Bisby, Skill Builder. Designed to create sleek, stylish wetrooms, the Infinity single-fall wetroom tray by Abacus Elements is the only product of its kind on the market today where the slopes of the tray former and drain are fully integrated and sealed. This ensures straightforward design installation


of a leak-free, secure wetroom which oozes class. The Infinity single-fall wetroom tray helps achieve a subtle style statement and a minimalist look as the tiles fall seamlessly into the wall.


www.abacus-bathrooms.co.uk Clean paint solutions from Crown Trade


As well as providing colour, paint should also provide protection which is why paint brand Crown Trade has extended its Clean Extreme range to offer specifiers a trio of high performance products to help combat the common problems of dirt, mould and bacteria. The water-based range offers three quick drying and low odour solutions to creating clean and hygienic surfaces and features Clean Extreme Anti-Bacterial Scrubbable Matt, Clean Extreme Stain Resistant Scrubbable


Matt and Clean Extreme Mould Inhibiting Scrubbable Matt. The full Clean Extreme range is also available in a high performance, stain-resistant, durable and washable Acrylic Eggshell mid sheen finish.


www.crownpaintspec.co.uk


50 www.sbhonline.co.uk


september/october 2018


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