Woman revamped her driveway for a 'fraction of the cost' and people say it looks 'amazing'

THERE'S something about being stuck at home all day which has finally given us the motivation to do all those home improvement tasks we're been putting off forever.

First there was the woman who created a stunning feature wall out of masking tape, then a mum transformed her grotty patio using a £2 spray from The Range, and now one savvy DIY fan has revealed how she revamped her old driveway for just a "fraction of the price".

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Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, the mum explained: "[I was] thinking about having my drive re-surfaced before lockdown, then saw a post about [this] tarmac restorer."

Thought it worth a try, the woman purchased ordered a tub of TarmaSeal's black restorer online and was amazed by the results.

Sharing impressive before-and-after photos, the woman's driveway was worn-down and stained before she used the £120 product.

The mum simply used a paint roller to apply the product directly onto the drive and says it's "looks like new again!"

Although £120 for a restorer may sound like a lot, the Home Advice Guide reports that it can cost upwards of £1,500 to re-tarmac driveways in the UK.

Thrilled with her neat new drive, she added: "Absolutely made up for a fraction of the cost of it re surfaced!"

According to the product description, the tarmac restorer covers "unsightly cement & oil stains or marks" and offers "long-term protection".

What's more, a five litre bottle will only set you back £40 while you can also order a small sample for just £3.95.

  • Tarmac Restorer, from £3.95 from Tarma Seal – buy now

The woman's post has since racked up over 1,000 "likes" and 200 comments from members desperate to try it themselves.

One replied: "Looks brilliant!!"

"This stuff is amazing," another gushed. "We did our drive with it!"

"Come up a treat," a third wrote. "Well done!"


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For more bargain DIY tricks, this woman completely changed the colour of the grotty patio she hasn’t washed in SIX years using £2 The Range spray.

And this mum made a stunning feature wall in her bathroom using the masking tape trick and old paint.

Plus this DIY fan transformed her tired patio tiles using £7 stencil and it looks amazing.

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