Crown Trade Fastflow

Crown Trade Fastflow specified for West Bromwich redecoration project

  • 25 Jul 2017

Lyng Community Association, a not-for-profit housing organisation, has used Crown Trade Fastflow to redecorate the corridors of three West Bromwich-based flats.

Crown Trade FastflowLyng Community Association owns approximately 200 properties in the West Bromwich area; the organisation targeted several blocks of its flats for refurbishment.

The tenants of the three buildings were asked to vote on the colour scheme, before a mixture of blue, green and burgundy shades were decided on. Hankinson Painting Contractors was hired to decorate the doors, walls, window sills and skirting boards of the corridors.

A combination of Crown Trade Fastflow Quick Dry Gloss and Quick Dry Primer Undercoat were applied to the skirting boards, window sills and doors. Crown Trade Clean Extreme Scrubbable Matt was used for the corridor walls.

Crown Trade Fastflow

Crown Trade FastflowCrown Trade Fastflow Quick Dry Gloss has a water-based formula, enabling fast drying, a low odour, and slower yellowing when compared to more traditional alkyd systems on the market. The product is approximately 99% solvent-free.

Since its introduction to the specification sector, the range has been extended to include Crown Trade Fastflow Quick Dry Satin

As two coats can be applied in a single day, specifiers can save time and money by utilising Fastflow products.

Crown Trade,
PO Box 37,
Hollins Road,
Darwen,
BB3 0BG,
United Kingdom,

Phone 0330 0240310
Fax 01254 774414

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