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  1. Hi I am looking for some advice please. I am hoping to start making beanbags but the cover material is not match resistant. I have tried fire treatment solutions but none work on the material I am using. If I was to use a fire resistant liner with fire retardent polystyrene beans and included fire labels that stated that the "cover material was not match resistant but there was a fire proof interliner" will this cover me against the Fire Furnishing Regulations 1988?
  2. I am currently working on a project renovating a building which does not have a secondary fire escape access to the 1st and 2nd floor. The stairs are timber but also have gloss painted walls etc. The main shaft we want to use fire retradent varnish on, and fire retardent paints an well as door closers on all the doors leading onto the central shaft, as well as emergency lighting. Do you know of any suppiers who supply paints and varnishes of this nature. Also, we have a Blackfriars Polyurethane water based varnish and it says it is heat resistant. Would this be plausible to use to over coat the existing varnish?
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