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Aluminium Garden Furniture Care Guide

Aluminium Garden Furniture Care Guide

To help you look after your aluminium garden furniture, we've put together a care guide to help you maintain the appearance of your garden furniture for as long as possible.

Aluminium is an ideal material for outdoor furniture. Not only is it lightweight but it's robust too, meaning it will stand up to season after season within your garden. With all our aluminium furniture, you'll find that it comes ready powder-coated, meaning that it's readily protected against oxidation, which should future proof your selection for years to come.

Since aluminium is so resistant to the weather, there is very little upkeep required. In fact, all you have to do in order to maintain its appearance is regularly wash it with some soapy water. By regularly cleaning it, you'll be preventing the build-up of dust and dirt which can impact the appearance of the furniture, helping to keep it looking as good as new.

If you haven't cleaned your aluminium furniture for a while, there's no need to worry, you just may need to perform a deeper clean. To start your deep clean, use a mild soap solution. By using a mild solution, you'll be giving yourself a better chance of effectively and gently restoring the aluminium furniture. Once you've mixed up your solution, it's a good idea to scrub the furniture thoroughly, making sure you get to all the areas of the furniture. Once that's done, simply rinse the aluminium furniture and wait for it to dry. It's best to perform a deep clean on a dry day so that your furniture dries naturally as opposed to you trying to dry it yourself. Once it's dry, wipe the furniture clean and you should have it looking as good as new again.

In the unlikely event that there's any lingering mould that has gathered over time which won't come off with a deep clean, you can always use a small brush to lightly scrub the area.

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