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Dunelm shoppers in awe of £9 'magical' spray paint which transforms gardens

By Beth Cruse

Dunelm has shared handy DIY hacks on Instagram which can completely transform your garden. The store posted a video showing how to give garden furniture a new look by using just a few cheap products.

It posted to its 873K followers: "Home upgrades that can be done like *that* (clicks fingers). @my_neutral_place shows how you can transform old pieces into new gems in minutes. Why not pop down to your Dunelm store to see what you could find to up-cycle this weekend? #DunYourWay."

There was one product in particular that caught the eyes of shoppers - stone pebble spray paint which gives 'old cracked mismatched planters' a new lease of life. The video shows old plant pots being sprayed in several coats of the spray paint before the final product is revealed.

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The magical paint, which gives plant pots a textured design, costs just £9 from Dunelm. The description of the product online reads: "Ideal for a wide range of projects, this versatile spray paint from Rust-Oleum creates the natural look and feel of stone with ease.

"Providing excellent coverage and featuring colour retention, this durable paint can be applied to a wide range of surfaces including wood, metal, plaster, clay and unglazed ceramic. Treat your projects to a long-lasting decorative finish with this unique spray paint."

Shoppers are desperate to try the spray paint idea. Commenting under the post, @fourcornersinteriors said: "Oh! I love love the textured spray paint! How innovative."

@towngirlcountrygirl said: "Oh niceeee! Love the stone spray I’ve got so many pots to update!!! X," while @lauraloomol added: "Love the concrete spray idea."

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