Here are all the tips and instructions you need for sanding and painting floors. Make sure the floor is completely smooth and dust-free before you start painting.
By repainting, you can quickly freshen up a worn floor and give your room a real boost. We've divided the work into three steps to make it easier and help you get a really good result.
Tape the gaps in all doors that are not required to be used.
Have masking tape, paint and tools in place.
The paint should be completely dry when you put the furniture back.
Are you painting a wall, ceiling or floor and want a smooth result? Our Titex roller provides a smooth finish and is ideal for use with matte paints and floor varnishes. The roller provides good coverage and does not release any fibres.
Are you painting large areas and don't want to have to refill the paint tray frequently? Our Fill & Carry paint tray is a hybrid between a tray and a bucket and takes a lot of paint, has a long rolling surface and stands firmly on the surface so you don't spill or smudge. With a larger tray, you'll have room for more paint so you don't have to refill as often, while making sure you get plenty of paint in your roller to minimise the risk of a patchy result. Use with a tray inlay.
Are you renovating and need to reach further? Then an extension pole is an invaluable tool. It spares your body, you get a longer reach and you save many trips up and down the ladder. The extension pole is adjustable in length and can be used with many of our different extendable tools, such as paint brushes, rollers, wide filling knifes, sanding tools and wash brushes.