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Looking after your balcony
Jacqueline / Published on May 16, 2013
If you’re lucky enough to have a balcony garden, it’s only natural that you want to keep it looking great all year round. However, the bad weather we experience often here in the UK can make it difficult to get outside and maintain your balcony.
Over time, the wooden fence surrounding your garden can look tired and worn, which is why it is so important that you keep on top of the maintenance work. Try to get outside as regularly as possible to treat the wood and tend to your garden.
If you’re looking to repaint your wooden balcony to revitalise it, you should consider sanding down any rough edges first and giving it a good clean. Take a look at the wide range of specialist cleaning products we stock at Choiceful - you’ll find everything you need to spruce up your balcony garden in no time, from patio cleaner to moss and mould remover.
Once all of the moss has been removed from the wood and it is clean and smooth again, you can start to paint it. Make sure you paint on a protective coat first to help keep the wood in great condition. You can then follow this up with traditional colour paint or be bold for the summer months and paint your balcony fence in a mood-boosting bright shade.