Kitchen and bathroom renovations can be costly, not to mention time consuming – but an outdated kitchen or bathroom can also be an absolute eye sore and hindrance if you are looking to sell!
Here are 4 tips to transforming your kitchen and bathroom surfaces.
What You Need
- Selleys Sugar Soap
- Selleys Rapid Mould Killer
- Silicone remover
- Paint brush
- Selleys Knead It Multipurpose
Step 1: Get your surfaces squeaky clean
Before you begin, it’s important to get your surfaces ready for painting. And the key to this is to clean your surface with Selleys Sugar Soap.
It’s perfect for lifting dirt and grime. The surfaces should be “squeaky” clean so be sure to listen out for that squeak.
Step 2: Get rid of mould
Mould spots are unsightly not to mention unhygienic! If you find patches of mould, a liberal spray of Selleys Rapid Mould Killer should do the trick. It works quickly to start killing mould in 30 seconds!
Step 3: Remove old silicone
If mould has penetrated to beneath the silicone, you will need to remove the silicone first. It’s as easy as brushing silicone remover on to the affected area, waiting around 2 hours (depending on the thickness of the silicone) and then scraping off with a scraper.
Spray the area with Selleys Rapid Mould Killer to ensure all those mould spores have been killed.
Step 4: Fix the chips
If there are small chips and cracks in the surface you are looking to refresh, we have a simple fix! Selleys Knead It Multipurpose is a versatile epoxy putty that is ideal for repairing, rebuilding, reshaping or restoring almost anything. It hardens within 5-10 minutes and then your surface is ready to paint!