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As seen on TV

Written on 13th March 2020

Concrete Effect Paint makes TV debut.

Vintro Concrete Effect Paint appears on brand new Discovery show!

Fans of DIY/Home Improvement may have noticed Discovery has announced three new shows.
One of particular interest is Cash in the Spare Room, which follows Sarah Moore (Money For Nothing) and Max McMurdo (George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces) as they help people attempt to turn unused spaces in their homes into lucrative holiday lets.
From spare rooms to garages, outbuildings to caravans, all can be transformed. The design duo travel across the United Kingdom transforming spaces on a wide variety of budgets for profit.

We were very excited when we saw Max McMurdo using our Concrete Effect Paint on the show.
Max used “Flint” Concrete Effect Paint to enhance the theme he had chosen for his project. The beauty of Vintro Concrete Effect Paint is its versatility. For instance, using different methods of application to achieve a variety of looks, means you can go from a lightly shaded, textured, or even a broken concrete look, with nothing more than the paint and brush/roller or trowel.

You can find out more about Vintro Concrete Effect Paint HERE

Concrete Effect paint Flint Max McMurdo Open Tin Vintro Paint

We’re not going to steal Max’s thunder and put the reveal here, so click the link below to find out what he did!

Concrete Effect Paint Grey Flint Bedroom Wall Max McMurdo Vintro Paint

Great work Max and an inspired choice of paint!

Click HERE to watch the entire show!

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