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5 Tips for Cleaning your Fencing

February 8, 2019

 

 

By taking care of your fencing condition, it will enhance your garden space and add great style to your property. The better you treat your fencing, the longer it will last for. By cleaning your fencing it will help protect it from different elements. If you don’t keep up with the maintenance of your fencing, it could potentially cost you money to replace it.

 

If you’re wondering how to keep your new fencing in the best condition, our 5 Top Tips for Cleaning your Fencing will give you the confidence with how to treat your fencing properly.

 

Prepare & Clean

 

Wood fencing situated in shaded or damp conditions should be pre-treated with an appropriate wood preserver during the clean preparation stage. This protects your fencing from the development of mould, algae, fungi or mildew that can eventually result in wood rot. Beforehand, your fence surfaces should be dry and free from any dirt such as mildew and algae. A fast effective way to do this is with an appropriate fungicidal wash and power washer.

 

Re-treat with Preservative

 

Once your fence is treated with a fungicidal wash, fence panels and posts can be re-treated with a clear or coloured solution wood preservative, exterior wood oil or decking oil, or a combination. Once the fence stains have been treated, hose them down with a power washer.

 

Don’t forget to take care of your New Fence

 

New Fence Panels

 

To protect your new fence panels from mould, algae and other dirt elements, you should coat your new fence with a good quality wood preservative. Once the wood preservative has fully dried, the process of applying an exterior wood oil or decking oil is required for additional protection.

 

Old Fence Panels

 

It is important to treat older fence panels with a Mould or Mildew cleaner. If the panels have largely built-up surfaces of mould or algae, the most effective way to clean it is with a stiff brush, broom or scraper before you treat it. Their fence treatment should include a coating of a suitable fungicidal wash or mould and mildew cleaner solution.

 

Revive your Fence Panels

 

Bring life back to your Fence with a splash of Cuprinol which will brighten up your garden. The Cuprinol Garden Shades solution will noticeably add colour to your garden,  giving your fence long-lasting colour and protection. This will prolong the life of your fencing, saving you money and time.

 

Finish & Touches


After your fence has dried, it is important to fix any areas which have been damaged. For example, sand down any rough patches as well as push in any nails or screws that may be coming out. To give your fence an elegant finish, applying a fresh coat of waterproof paint or staining will prevent any unwanted mould growing back.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How Allscapes Ltd can help

 

Allscapes Ltd can provide fencing that stays looking beautiful all year round. Our Fencing Range is almost maintenance free, made with the utmost high-quality materials.

 

We can offer a completely FREE home visit and quote there and then. With NO obligation to use our services. Contact Us for more information about our Fencing Services.

 

 

 

 

 

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