Some people say it’s “part of the job” but dealing with difficult clients is not something that you’d hope to deal with very often.
Working at Heights up a ladder is something that everyone, not only decorators, need to be aware of.
It’s an age old question – what is the difference between oil based paints and water based paints?
Are you finding it difficult to sand awkwardly shaped surfaces? Have you ever heard of our Andy Sandy sanding blocks? No? Well, let me tell you all about them.
Brush Mate should be your go to brand for professional painting and decorating tools. One of our core products for paint brush care is the Trade 20.
At Brush Mate we are trying to broaden our horizons and not only focus our products on the trade painters and decorators but also the keen DIYer.
We all love it, Social Media. Most of us are on it every day, scrolling through those Tweets and posts of memes, but do you follow your most important page Brush Mate?
When painting an area which is out of reach you need to use a ladder to help you, however ladders and paint are not always a good combination. This is where the Brush Mate Can Handle can help!
From the end of 2018 to the start of 2019 we have conducted college visits in North West Colleges who study painting and decorating.
Our aims were to inform the next generation of painters and decorators about the Brush Mate brand and how our products can make their lives easier.
Providing high quality painting and decorating accessories for the trade painter and keen DIYer, we love letting our customers know all about how the products work so that they know they’re getting the best of the best!
One of our core products is the Trade 20 paint brush storage system… do you know how it works?