Paints & Woodcare
Cornmeter DIY takes great pride in its extensive range of paints and wood finishes. Each product is carefully selected to provide maximum performance combined with excellent value for money. When we recommend a product to our customers, we are confident that it will live up to our customer`s expectations. When you visit our store ,you may notice that some leading brands are missing from our display. The reason for this is quite simple - it doesn`t matter how big the brand name is, if their products are not good enough, we will not stock them on our shelves.
In addition to our top quality colour-mixed paints which are featured on our "Your World Of Colour" page, we also stock a large selection of utility paints and finishes. In this category we include, Berger brilliant white emulsion, satin and gloss paints, Zinsser, Crown Trade and other brands of high performance primers and undercoats, specialist kitchen and bathroom paints, radiator enamels, floor and step paints, stain blocking paints and sprays, Hammerite anti-rust paints, plus white spirit and other thinners and brush cleaners and much more besides.
Wood Finishes & Woodcare Products:
Whether you have an oak door that needs oiling, a cabinet with woodworm, a shed that requires protection from the elements of a bookcase that wants waxing, Cornmeter has a wood treatment or finish that fits the job.
For interior wood and furniture, we stock Liberon, Briwax and Antiquax waxes, plus Rustins French and button polishes. If your woodwork requires a high performance oil finish, then our range of Osmo Polyx, worktop and UV protection oils provide a hardwearing solution.
For exterior wood protection, we stock the outstanding Barrettine wood preservers, Sadolin Classic and Extra finishes, Rustins Outdoor Wood Stain, Creocote and Fencemate, Yacht Varnish and many other options besides. If you are at all unsure about your choice of product, then please feel free to quiz our knowledgeable staff, who are always happy to provide you with advice you require. For a perfect result, make Cornmeter DIY your first stop.