Washable paint allows you to clean the surface so you can keep your walls and ceilings in optimum condition without needing to keep repainting them. This allows spaces to be kept in good condition for longer, as much for appearance as for hygiene, and as a result will save you money.
Damp is a very common issue, particularly in old buildings or those that have been badly conserved. It is very likely that the damp that occurs in the interior part of the façade or the roof of a building is caused by filtration of rain water through sections that have not been sealed properly.
In 2017 a wide range of colours have become prominent, as much in fashion, where they permeate shop windows, as in home decoration. We see different colours of wall paints ranging from pinks to blues and greens, alongside more subtle natural tones.
We are sure that at some point you have wondered what are those horrible white stains that appear, usually, on the façade walls of your house, or on the fences that separate your property from your neighbour’s, and that create a grainy salt-like texture. Continue reading as we have the answer to your question!
As everyone knows, one of the main enemies of wood, and in particular the furniture that decorates our homes, are those little bugs that make holes throughout the wood and cause us so much panic: woodworms.
Don´t know what colour to paint your rooms? Can´t make up your mind on what tones will go best with your home? Light tones? Greys? Reds? Or maybe even greens? Choosing the right colour for a room can become complicated, since different colours can convey different feelings, change our mood or even unmask new characteristics of our personality.