Stormshield range offers exterior trim protection

  • 16 Jun 2015

The range includes Flexible Primer Undercoat, Flexible Satin and Flexible Gloss, available in over 16,000 colours. It provides decorators with products designed to provide long-lasting protection to exterior wood, including windows, doors, fascias and timber cladding.

Johnstone’s Stormshield range has been developed to offer reliable and lasting protection for external wood trim.

When used as a system with the Flexible Primer Undercoat, the Flexible Gloss and Flexible Satin are both designed to offer longer lasting protection in comparison to using trim paints that are primarily for internal use. The system provides up to eight years’ protection to first major maintenance.

Thanks to an extended offer, the trio of products can now be tinted to more colours, including deeper and darker shades.

The products can be matched to any Johnstone’s, NCS, RAL, BS or bespoke colour requested, offering flexible options.

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