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What’s the secret to creating the perfect finish when you’re decorating your home? The answer is surface preparation.

If you thoroughly prepare a surface before application, you’ll make a much better job of applying your chosen product and enjoy a quality finish.

A popular feature of both period and modern properties, it can be a challenge to restore a cornice that’s been there for many years. Especially one that’s been painted over on numerous occasions.

Spray painting has become a popular choice for those looking for something a little different from the traditional finish of a paintbrush or roller.

If you fancy creating an effect that’s stylish and eye-catching, spray painting opens up a new world of colours and styles. It can be used to produce unusual or subtle designs or simply as a method of giving a high-quality finish to surfaces such as wood, plastic, metal and other materials.

A colour wheel gives you a visual representation of colours arranged by their relationship with each other.

The wheel is used to show you how harmoniously colours will blend together.

  • Primary colours are your foundation. They are colours that cannot be created by mixing others.
  • Secondary colours are made by mixing two primaries.
  • Tertiary colours are created by a mixture of primary and secondary shades.
  • Complementary colours are positions opposite each other on the wheel.
  • Analogous colours are located close together on the wheel.