Saffron Sphere to exhibit at National Painting and Decorating Show

Published:  04 October, 2013

Saffron Sphere will be exhibiting at the National Painting and Decorating Show next month (19-20 November) at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.

The company’s range of products are housed under two brands – Adorn® and Axis®. Painting and decorating tools such as professional paint brushes, masking tapes, dust sheets, scrapers and caulkers are sold under the Adorn® brand, while hand tools including tape measures, spanners, wrenches and hammers are sold under the Axis® brand.

All of Saffron Sphere’s top selling products will be on display on stand 91A during the show. Product experts will also be available for demonstration and to answer any questions from customers.

The Adorn® Professional Paint Brushes and the Axis® Tape Measures are set to be the highlights of the show. Adorn® Professional Paint Brushes are premium quality brushes that guarantee professional results with ultimate performance. Featuring the high performance synthetic filaments, these brushes ensure excellent paint pick-up with even paint spread and a smooth finish with every brushstroke.

The Axis® MeasurePlus tape measure is suited for both heavy-duty industrial as well as home based applications. Built to meet and surpass the toughest industry standards (exceeds ECC Class II accuracy standards), these heavy duty blades facilitate nearly 1.75m stand out.

Along with a host of other products on display, Saffron Sphere will also be offering visitors an opportunity to win daily prizes of decorating tools and accessories.

For more information about Saffron Sphere, visit www.adornsaffron.co.uk, email info@saffronsphere or call +44 800 080 6781 or +44 784 3585806.

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