Facts That Nobody Told You About Decking Stains

Staining your timber deck can preserve & protect your timber from harsh sunshine and rain. If you live in a coastal area or near the industrial area we strongly recommend you stain your deck as it will be exposed to elements which will reduce the life of your deck. Staining can transform the natural colour of the timber as most stains available in the market come with a colour tint. Most stains available in the market these days are good for both soft and closed grain hardwood timbers. Read More

Guide To Popular Timbers & Their Properties

About 80% of the timer we use and see around us in our houses are softwoods. Most hardwoods are typically expensive as compared to softwoods. Hardwoods are highly durable and typically more durable and denser as compared to softwoods. However, it may be noted that not all hardwoods are harder and denser than softwoods. Read More

Your Guide on How To Paint A Wall

One of the most effective ways to transform your room is to use the right colours to suit your décor and mood. Paint can rejuvenate a room if done correctly. Read More

Your Guide on How To Stain Interior Furniture

You can transform the interior furniture of your house to blend into the furnishings beautifully in a few simple steps using our guide to stain interior furniture. Read More

Your Guide on How To Convert Glass into Mirror

Reflecting mirroring effect can be created through a unique coating on glass/acrylic glass. It is a great DIY project ideal for vases, table tops etc in house. There are many products available in the market such as Mirror Effect from Rustoleum. Read More

 Your Guide on How To Paint Over Mould

Mould can be found on interior or exterior surfaces such as bathroom walls and ceilings. If you are painting over mould or stains it is important to kill mould before painting. This step by step guide will show how to kill mould and prime walls in a single step. Read More

Classification of Adhesives

Adhesives can be classified endlessly depending on various parameters such their chemical composition, component type (single or double component), physical state (liquid, paste), load bearing capacities, origin or many other properties and factors. We are touching here a few popular classifications for our readers which could be handy to know. Read more

All about Contact Adhesives

These are one of the most common type of adhesives used in home and commercial projects in applications where two broad, flat and closely fitting surfaces are to be bonded together. At our homes plastic laminate countertops in kitchens are glued together using contact adhesives.

The unique property these adhesives carry allows them to stick to themselves even after a period of time when adhesive is no longer tacky. Therefore, it makes them great choice for gluing nonporous materials together. Read more

Top 6 rules to select the right adhesive for your project

There are hundreds of different types of adhesives available in market and which one will work for your project is always a valid question to ask.  Read more

How to paint a feature wall with copper-patina effect

One of the most effective ways to create a great feature wall in your room is to use Copper Patina finish. This finish gives an aged look to wall as copper in liquid state oxidises in form of green vivid patina antique appearance This finish is generally suitable for interiors as well as exteriors but look for manufacturer recommendations on paint can.  Read more

How to paint a feature wall with copper effect

One of the most effective ways to create a great feature wall in your room is to use Copper Patina finish. This finish gives an aged look to the wall as copper in liquid state oxidizes in form of green vivid patina antique appearance This finish is generally suitable for interiors as well as exteriors but look for manufacturer recommendations on the paint can. Read more

 HOW TO PAINT A FEATURE WALL WITH METAL EFFECT

About 80% of the timer we use and see around us in our houses are softwoods. 

If you want to add a little shimmer to your feature wall metallic finish is a great way to create a great feature wall in your room. This finish is perfect to add a luxury look to your feature wall. For most manufacturers this finish is generally suitable for interiors surfaces only but look for manufacturer specification on paint can. Manufacturers may also recommend to use a clear coat to protect your metallic finish hence look out for it in their marketing brochures.

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