Where Else Can You Use Holts Products Around the Home and Garden?

It’s no secret that Holts products solve problems around your car. But did you know they can also be used around the home  on a range of DIY and maintenance jobs?

lubricating a door hinge

To help you put our products through their paces, we’ve put together a list of different applications where you can use Holts products around the home, garden, and workshop.

From loosening bolts on rusted garden furniture to restoring and painting metalwork – not only do our repair, cleaning and treatment products guarantee great results across a myriad of applications, but they can also help you to save money on the cost of maintaining your home.

So, what are you waiting for? Explore some of the clever ways you can use Holts products below.

Upcycle Old Furniture

Looking to respray some old furniture? Perhaps you’d like to upcycle a recent charity shop find? With the Holts range of primer and lacquer spray paints as well as our Paint Match Pro range, you can choose from a huge selection of over 200 colours – perfect for any DIY, crafting or hobby-related task you have in the pipeline.

With Paint Match Pro, you can spray just about any metal surface, from garage doors and gates to railings, bicycles, door handles and other metal hardware. Few other metal paint brands offer such a wide variety of colours, giving you the freedom to get creative.

Protect Rubber Seals on Windows and Door

Whether it’s on windows, doors or your car’s boot hatch, rubber seals can perish and decay when exposed to sunlight, heat, and day-to-day wear and tear.But happily, there’s a way to prevent these problems with a regular coat of Holts Silicone Spray.

Providing a durable coating to all manner of rubber components and seals, our Silicone Spray lubricates and protects surfaces to prevent perishing, drying and water ingress. It can be safely used on other components too, including silicone, so its uses around the home, garden and workshop are practically endless.

man fixing his bikeDegrease Bicycle Chains

Degreasing a bicycle chain can be a messy and time-consuming job, but it’s an important part of regular maintenance that can prolong a bicycle’s life and improve long-term performance and enjoyment.

The next time you come to degrease your bicycle’s chain, do yourself a favour and use Holts Brake Cleaner. Not just any old car cleaning spray, this powerful product can quickly clean and degrease any surface, so you can remove oily deposits in a matter of minutes. And thanks to its 360° spray, it’s perfect for cleaning those hard-to-reach areas – like your bike’s gear and chain assembly.

Restore Perspex and Translucent Plastic Surfaces

Are the Perspex windows in your shed looking a little tired? Perhaps your greenhouse roof is faded and in need of a little TLC? With the Holts Headlight Restoration Kit, you can do more than just maintain a car’s headlights.

Capable of removing cloudiness, oxidation and light scratches, our specialist kit is ideal for use on surfaces that appear weather-worn. Why not give it a try and see the difference for yourself?

Clean Mirrors and Internal Glass

Mirrors and internal panes of glass can be tricky to keep clean, especially if you have children and pets to contend with. And it’s not always easy to clean them with conventional household cleaners, which can leave residue in their wake.

If you want a quick and easy way to clean glass and mirrors around your home, have a tub of Holts Screenies to hand. Designed for cars where visibility is paramount, these anti-mist, zero-residue disposable wipes are perfect for easy and efficient cleaning.

cleaning a mirrorLubricate Windows, Doors, Gates and Other Hinges

Is your front gate squeaking? Maybe it’s your letterbox? Or perhaps you need to loosen a seized bolt as part of an ongoing DIY or restoration project? Whatever the problem, Holts Maintenance Spray is the only product you need to quickly lubricate hinges, bolts and mechanisms around your home, garden and workshop.

Holts Professional Maintenance Spray is trusted by mechanics to make light work of engine-related problems – so you can be sure it’ll tackle those easy lubrication jobs around the home. Working to clean, lubricate and protect, the product drives out moisture, and will quickly release seized parts.

Clean Electric Circuitry

Whether it’s for a DIY project or you’ve noticed that an electrical appliance is on the blink, cleaning electric circuitry requires the right tools and products to maintain optimal safety. Holts Professional Electrical Contact Cleaner is ideal for cleaning electrical components like switches, relays, contacts and other components, restoring connectivity without causing any damage.

Holts Electrical Contact Cleaner can be safely applied to a wide range of electrical components, and will quickly remove dirt, corrosion, oil and grease to restore connectivity. Powerful and quick-drying, the product leaves behind zero residue, and thanks to its 360° spray, you can apply it at any angle to achieve great results.

We hope this guide has inspired you to get creative with Holts range of DIY maintenance products. For more handy tips and advice, take a look at our blog or head to our product page to learn more about our easy-to-use tools and accessories.

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