Cyprus Prodec has the most extraordinary level of commitment to bettering their clients’ expectations.
With over 30 years of experience in the trade; customer’ satisfaction is the goal at Cyprus Prodec. They provide clients with everything they need to make any job a success. They regularly provide colour charts and swatches on the first visit to any property (private/residential or commercial). Prodec provide expert advice, accurate start and finish dates; and their work is always to budget. Great Stuff!
Also good to know is that Cyprus Prodec has a wide network of contacts and suppliers islandwide.
Mark Bayliss the owner of Cyprus Prodec says:
Customers appreciate our valuable industry knowledge. We can help you to appreciate which paint product is right for your project or application.
This has been the perfect project. Great communication and dialogue throughout between ourselves and Mark at Cyprus Prodec. And, because of that, it’s been a relatively quick project to publish. Certainly showcases the marvellous work undertaken by everyone at Cyprus Prodec. Thank you!
The Website is still growing and Mark and the team at Cyprus Prodec will be publishing useful information over the next weeks and months.
Right now, you can find out more on their blog including one story that we’d all benefit from.
How to clean paint brushes used in water-based paint?
Best trade practice has always been to regularly clean paint brushes used in water-based paint. Working outside, brushes may need cleaning every couple of hours. Running water, under the tap, has been the primary way of cleaning brushes. Especially when used in emulsion and water-based woodwork paint, but that is going to change. Water-based paint might be nicer to use than oil, but it certainly isn’t “clean”.
So what is the best approach to clean paint brushes?
Deep clean There has always been a bucket of water to dangle your brushes in overnight. But, it is hard to deep clean your brushes. There are citrus cleaners now to get all the paint out…. [continue reading]