Everbuild is one of the top names when it comes to multi-purpose putty and professional sealants. The Paint Shed is proud to stock some of their leading products in several colours and sizes. ... Read more
Known primarily for their linseed oil putty and general-purpose silicone, Everbuild provides the kinds of products that help when you’re working quickly and want a thorough seal priming to glaze, or you’re after a general wood filler. Take a look at the current range of Everbuild products we have in stock and be sure to get the best deal possible on Everbuild products when you shop at The Paint Shed.
Known primarily for their linseed oil putty and general-purpose silicone, Everbuild provides the kinds of products that help when you’re working quickly and want a thorough seal priming to glaze, or you’re after a general wood filler.
Take a look at the current range of Everbuild products we have in stock and be sure to get the best deal possible on Everbuild products when you shop at The Paint Shed.
What is Everbuild?
Ask most in the trade how long Everbuild has been around, and they’ll most likely say it’s been on shelves forever. It can be hard to believe that it was only in 1994 that the company, now arguably the go-to in putty and adhesives, started out in Leeds.
Due to the nature of their products, which by all accounts will rarely cause you any trouble, you’re in good hands with Everbuild product.
With some of the breakthroughs they’ve been able to make over the years, including the likes of the Everbuild Stixall; a prime example of a product done right, Everbuild is seen as a reliable brand to have at hand.
Picking your putty finish
Always make sure our putty is going to match with the colour of the surface you’re applying it on. We stock Everbuild putty in the following colours:
- Natural (most common)
And remember that anytime you’re working with putty, the surface needs to be as clean as possible, so get the necessary cleaning and prep products before you open any Everbuild products.
When NOT to use these products
Some customers may be purchasing adhesives and putty for the first time. To that end, it is important to know what limitations some of these products have. For example, the Multi-Purpose Linseed Oil Putty shouldn’t be used on plastic frames or the likes of double glazing.
If you’re unsure what adhesive you need, get in touch by clicking the Need Help in the bottom corner of the page, and we’ll try to help as best we can.
Getting the Area Prepped
Working with adhesives and silicone, you must have all your equipment at hand and that your area is as clean as possible. You don’t want to be using putty only to find that someone hasn’t applied undercoat correctly or the area isn’t dirt free. Avoid those headaches by getting your area prepped with our range of cleaning and prep tools.
We also recommend Everbuild 404 Fungicidal Wash before getting to work, so you know the area is mould and fungal-free.
Getting your angles right
Precision is key when working with putty and adhesives. Take a look at our range of decorating tools, with some special products to help make getting those tight angles and corners looking just right as simple as possible.
Shopping with The Paint Shed
Whether working on wood and metal frames for the first time, or you’re overwhelmed by the choice of adhesives we have available at The Paint Shed, make sure you have you need and know what you’re doing by visiting our advice section. It has helpful articles for working on exterior surfaces, how to use top-rated products and some general advice on decorating around the home.
And don’t forget that The Paint Shed has click & collect available from your local store, so you can get your Everbuild products in a jiffy when you shop with us.