SADOLIN has been drafted in to help transform a pub into a stunning venue in the heart of the East Midlands with a range of superior woodcare solutions. The Maltsters Country Inn, in Badby, Daventry, was in a state of disrepair when Merlin Griffiths, bartender and owner of Greenhouse Pubs, took it over earlier this year.
To help with the restoration project, he turned to Sadolin PV67 Heavy Duty Varnish and Sadolin Superdec after hearing glowing reports about the products. Merlin Griffiths, a well-known face in the drinks industry with appearances on TV screens and in the media, also owns a second pub in Kilburn, London, where he first used the product.
Available in either a gloss or satin finish, Sadolin PV67 Heavy Duty Varnish comes as a two-pack system and is renowned for its ease of application, and its beautiful, long-lasting finish. Of particular appeal to the leisure and hospitality industry is its resistance to chemicals, enabling the product to cope with alcohol and soft drinks’ spills. Of particular appeal to the leisure and hospitality industry is its resistance to chemicals, enabling the product to cope with alcohol and soft drinks’ spills.
Along with Sadolin PV67, Merlin sought out another high performance product from the range to give long-lasting protection to the windows of the 17th century building. He chose Sadolin Superdec on the advice of a customer – a bespoke kitchen maker – who had seen the product demonstrated at a trade show.
Merlin said: “I was told by the customer about a product demonstration he’d been to where a rubber glove was dipped in to Sadolin Superdec and how, when the product had dried, they blew it up and you could see the product expanding and contracting. I can finally have some people resting their pints on a nice bar top, looking out of some freshly decorated windows at the great views.”
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