Recycled paint and sundries

Recycled paint and sundries from Tynemouth Decorators Limited

By: Tynemouth Decorators Limited  08/04/2011
Keywords: recycled paint and sundries

At Earth Friendly Supplies, we specialise in providing our clients with most environmentally friendly decorating products.

We supply both the general public as well as and commercial customers

From and environmentally friendly thinners to mixing pots and paint trays made from recycled cardboard. We can even supply you with sanding block "seconds" that had been destined for landfill just because they didn't look "perfect". So you can save money and help save the planet.

With over 20 years experience in the painting and decorating trade, we know first hand how much paint is either stored away, never to be seen again or simply thrown in the skip.

There had to be a better way and on discovering New Life Paints, a recycled paint supplier, we knew we had found the answer.

We then spent a number of months working with them, testing and developing to produce the paints we as Earth Friendly supply today. Paints that our professional decorators use, paints that give the coverage and the finish that our clients demand.

Our retail paints contain a minimum of 90% recycled paint. Our trade paint contains between 50% and 90% recycled paint.

Keywords: recycled paint and sundries

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