5 tips on how to take care of garden ornamentsGarden ornaments are a great way to add character and charm to your garden. But like any other type of decoration, they need to be properly cared for in order to stay in good condition. Read More
Garden ornaments are a great way to add character and charm to your garden. But like any other type of decoration, they need to be properly cared for in order to stay in good condition. Here are five tips on how to take care of garden ornaments:
1. Keep them clean
Garden ornaments can quickly become covered in dirt, dust, and pollen. To keep them looking their best, give them a good cleaning on a regular basis. You can use a soft cloth or brush to wipe them down. For tougher dirt and grime, you may need to use a mild soap or detergent.
2. Protect them from the elements
Garden ornaments are usually made from materials that can degrade over time when exposed to the elements. To help prolong their life, store them indoors or in a sheltered area when they’re not being used. Our pieces are made in England from weather and frost-proof compound, but we always advise that a little love will go a long way.
3. Inspect them regularly
It’s important to inspect garden ornaments on a regular basis for signs of damage. If you notice any cracks, chips, or other damage, repair or replace the damaged parts as soon as possible.
4. Keep them away from pests
Garden ornaments can be a magnet for pests such as insects and rodents. To help prevent damage, keep them away from areas where pests are known to congregate.
5. Store them properly
When it’s time to store garden ornaments for the winter, do so in a cool, dry place. Wrap them in soft cloths or bubble wrap to prevent them from being damaged in storage.
By following these tips, you can help keep your garden ornaments looking new for years to come! Add a few new pieces – shop now!