Salts in a porous surfaces thats been painted that then bleed through the paint. Can be particularly apparent when using dark colours.

There is no way to prevent this from happening (the salts in the building materials will come out if there), however Acetic Acid (vinegar) is the best thing to clean with.

A common example of this is in poointing, when the sand used hasn't been washed.

TP Charity Golf Day '16

Friday 10th June saw Trade Paints 12th annual charity golf day. Once again it was held at Sedlescombe Golf Club, and remarkably again the sunshine didn't let us down!

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Buy 10, Get 1 Free!

For every 5 litres of Leyland or Johnstones matt emulsion mixed to colour purchased, you get a stamp. Get 10 stamps and you get 5 litres of matt (coloured or white) free. Simple as that. Read more ...

Osmo PolyX, it's good!

There are some things in life once used there's no going back ... Osmo Poly-X is one of those things.

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Dulux Trade, in stock!

As the only offical 'Trade Paints Ltd' in the land, its long been an anomaly that we don't stock the UKs No.1 trade brand, Dulux Trade. Not any more...

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Hastings Beer & Music Festival 2015

Trade Paints were once again very proud to play their very small part in what some say is now the largest event in Hastings.

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