Bond It will use Totally DIY and Totally Tools 2015 to focus on some of its most versatile products like GB Pro as well as a new range of architectural ironmongery.

Bond It announces plans for Totally DIY & Tools 2015

Published:  06 February, 2015

Bond It - one of the UK's fastest growing manufacturers of sealants, adhesives, waterproofing compounds, tiling products and other building chemicals - has confirmed its plans for Totally DIY and Totally Tools 2015.

The company will use the leading trade show for businesses involved in manufacturing, distributing and retailing DIY and tool products - which takes place at the Ricoh Arena in February - to promote some of its most versatile products as well as an exciting new development to its business.

Kirstie Cooper, marketing manager at Bond It, said: "As a business, Bond It offers a range of thousands of different high quality, high performance product lines which cater for the widest range of DIY and building needs. However, not all our customers want to carry massive ranges of specialist products. Instead, they prefer to stock fewer, more versatile items which can reduce stock holding requirements as well as the associated administrative demands of managing multiple

"It's some of our most versatile products which Bond It will focus on at Totally DIY and Totally Tools 2015. We'll also be telling people about a recent enhancement to our business which sees us applying our expertise of serving the DIY sector to a whole new
and exciting area."

Specifically, visitors to the Bond It stand (Stand H5) will be able to learn more about the company's GB Pro sealant. Manufactured using advanced hybrid polymer technology, GB Pro can be used as both a high quality sealant and as a universal construction
adhesive. This allows stockists to offer one product for multiple jobs.

Bond It will also be promoting MegaFoam. This expanding polyurethane foam, which is suitable for use fitting doors and windows, insulating pipes and for filling gaps, offers two application methods from one pack format. It can be applied as both an aerosol or employed as gun grade when combined with a free adaptor supplied with each pack. It also offers a high yield of up to 30% more
volume than standard foams, benefits from a shelf life twice as long as that of standard cans and features a valve which enables use at any angle through 360º.

In addition, Bond It will be promoting its expansion into a new area of the building and DIY trade. The business has recently launched a new brand, Darcel, which offers customers access to an extensive range of architectural ironmongery. Specific products available include on-plate and rose handles as well as a full range of accessories. All Darcel handles are manufactured to the highest quality levels from solid cast zinc. They also feature a top grade double sprung lever and are hand finished for
maximum durability and aesthetics.

Bond It's confidence in the reliability and lasting performance of Darcel products is such that the range comes backed with a 10-year guarantee on mechanical parts.

Ms Cooper added: "At Bond It, we pride ourselves on identifying and introducing products which are ideally suited to the needs of our DIY stockists. We also believe in combining these products with great service and support including merchandising, regular special offers and access to field based sales managers. We look forward to telling people more about these and the many benefits other benefits we offer at the Totally DIY and Totally Tools show."

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