Published:  20 July, 2015

Dulux Decorator Centre is announcing the launch of its newly rebranded range of accessories. The new own-brand offering will aim to provide high quality accessories at competitive prices to professional painters and decorators.

With the introduction of new products and also improved specifications, notably within the brushes range, the complete set of accessories is now available online and in-store at each of Dulux Decorator Centre’s 188 stores across the UK.

Including key products such as brushes, rollers, containers and poles, the new accessories range has updated, new-look packaging and is competitively priced, making it a value option for painters and decorators. Other products include whites and linings, dust sheets, sealants and work wear, as well as essentials such as abrasives, masking and tools.

Professional painters and decorators looking for premium quality can now choose from an extensive selection of products in the Advanced Own Brand collection.

Beth Priestley, Category Manager at Dulux Decorator Centre, comments: “After conducting in-depth customer research, we have updated our Own Brand range, to meet the needs of customers looking for high quality accessories on a budget. Plus, Dulux Decorator Centre offers expert tips and advice in-store, to guide painters and decorators in the search for the right products and supplies.”

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