How to cover common household stains

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Ensure surface is clean, dry and free from loose material.

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When applying it is advisable to wear eye protection.

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When stopping stains caused by water or damp, make sure that the original cause of the problem has been rectified.

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Shake well until you hear the steel pellet rattling and then continue for 1 minute more.

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Spray evenly over stain from a distance of 20-30 cm (9″-12″) until stain is fully covered.

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Allow at least 10 minutes to dry before painting or wallpapering

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For especially stubborn stains, allow Polycell Stain Stop to dry fully, then apply a second coat.

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If over painting with gloss or eggshell paint, first prime treated areas with water based paint.

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After use, invert the can and spray until nozzle is cleared to prevent clogging.

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Find your nearest Polycell stockist:

You can find Polycell products in many supermarkets, major DIY stores and smaller independent stores throughout the UK. The range they stock may vary, so it's a good idea to check product availability with them in advance to avoid disappointment.