The eye-catching design can be found on the special edition five and ten litre packs of Covaplus Vinyl Matt in Brilliant White. 10p from each unit sold will be donated the Johnstone’s charity partner, When You Wish Upon a Star.
The charity fulfils the wishes of children with life threatening conditions. It has been supported by Johnstone’s since 2013, with the paint manufacturer raising thousands of pounds for them since then.
The product in the special packs will remain the same as the original, with the increased open time which allows more time to over roller back into a wet edge. This ensures a better finish, particularly in areas with critical light conditions, by providing a more even appearance to the finish.
Johnstone’s Trade Marketing Manager Richard Mazurkiewicz: ñThis year has been a great celebration to mark our 125th anniversary, with plenty of events and promotions for our customers to get involved in.
We’re delighted that through these special packs we’re also able to involve our charity partner in to the celebrations and help raise funds for the children and families that it supports.î
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