Yes you can now paint tiles with Frenchic Al Fresco!

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We have the go ahead to be able to advise you that Frenchic Al Fresco can now be used to update those horrid old tiles you've been loathing but can't afford to replace! Hell yeah...get the brushes out!!

Our wonderful chemists at the factory have been running vigorous tests painting ceramic tiles and we finally have the protocol and the definitive green light to officially announce that ceramic tiles can be painted with our Al Fresco Inside/Outside Range. Areas of high humidity and standing water, however, should be avoided, for example adjacent to showers or a tiled area around a bath where water may be allowed to stand. The prep is the same: clean with sugar soap and a light sand to key. Dry thoroughly and without overloading your brush or roller, paint your first coat waiting two hours before applying the second. Treat very gently for two to three weeks thus allowing the paint to cure sufficiently. You can clean your tiles after this time with a mild detergent but avoid scrubbing or harsh chemicals such as limescale removers. Happy painting!

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