Nobody knows paint like Crowies! Our team members have many years' collective experience and love sharing their wisdom with customers.
That's why it's always worth keeping across our Hints & Tips. Think of it as your painting knowledge centre. It's the place where we post great ideas and top tricks about all things paint – and if you can't find what you're looking for here, give us a shout – we're always happy to help!
Crowies Paints prides itself on having staff that are knowledgeable and experienced in painting and decorating. We believe this enables our staff to speak from experience when recommending products and giving application advice, hints and tips to our customers.Read More
Staff at the Prospect store have been busy applying a fantastic colourful wallpaper mural in the store. Unlike wallpapers of yesteryear, modern papers are much easier to hang and can be readily removed without damaging the underlying surface when you want to change the appearance of your room.Read More
Painting in cold weather can extend the drying time of traditional solvent based enamels and varnishes quite significantly resulting in number of challenges that if not addressed can spoil the appearance of the paint finish and increase the amount of work required to rectify.Read More
This photograph was taken in a holiday home that was renovated at the end of 2014. As you can see in the image the enamel paint on the woodwork has yellowed dramatically in a little over 12 months.Read More
These before and after photos show what an amazing transformation and modernisation can be achieved with a fresh coat of paint on a holiday shack on the River MurrayRead More
Old, tired looking aluminium boats can have their appearance enhanced and lifespan extended with a new paint job that can easily be done as a DIY project. (photographs courtesy of Norglass Marine Paints)Read More
Red Gum Bench Top Coated With Norglass Liquid GlassRead More
Crowies Paints are proud to be the stockists of Norglass Specialty FinishesRead More
Painting a compressed straw ceiling can be achieved using conventional paints provided a few simple application techniques are followed.Read More
Sure can. If you could bring in a sample of the old paint then we are able to scan it and match it accurately. If you can bring in a sample bigger that a 50-cent piece that would help.Read More