Painters Mate by Geocel

Painters Mate enjoys leading position in decorator’s filler market

  • 6 Jun 2017

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Geocel is championing its Painters Mate range, which boasts a strong reputation within the decorator’s filler market.

Designed to fill internal and external voids, Painters Mate can be used on door and window frames, as well as skirting boards, architraves, walls, and plasterboard.

As no sanding is required, the application process is swift and easy. The acrylic filler, which is ideal for hairline cracks, is able to resist mould growth, and can be painted over a mere one hour after application.

Painters Mate is available in three different shades: Magnolia, Brown and Brilliant White.

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