Avko & kag

Date: 2 October 2009
Source: Avko
Avko & kag: Creating a Splash of Colour on Glass Avko have extended their range of products to include a glass paint to satisfy the demand for a product that can be used to colour and texture glass in a fast and simple and cost effective way.

From clubs to banks, shopping malls to kitchens the popularity of glass has grown exponentially over the last few years. Now the demand to customise glass with colour, texture and metallic designs has resulted in a new wave of products that are user friendly, quick in production and versatile.

KAG have been using Avkote GP to paint glass splash backs for kitchens and shower screens for bathrooms. Being used in place of tiles, glass splash backs give the contemporary finish desired in many kitchens and bathrooms today.

The end product is easy to wipe clean and hygienic, with no grout to become discoloured and grimy. Using Avko’s paint can ensure that the colour used is the exact shade requested whether it is to match the units or as a contrasting statement tone. Kag reports that the paint is versatile, durable and can be used for spectacular effects. To see more of the effects possible go to www.kag.uk.com or for more information call 02380455855 or email joy@avko.co.uk.

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Date: 2 October 2009
Source: Avko

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