Do’s and Don’ts of having a Fiberglass Planter

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Do you own a Fiberglass Planter with us?

If this is your first time owning a fiberglass planter, there are some small steps you need to take to ensure you are getting the most out of your investment. To help you understand the steps that you need to take, we have assembled this guide to show the most common steps necessary for maximizing your usage of our fiberglass planters.

Necessary Steps for your Fiberglass Plante

Making Holes for Organic Plants

having a fiberglass planterIf you are putting real soil and plants inside the planter, then it will become standard to drill holes in the bottom of your fiberglass planter. The best way to do this is a standard drill bit and no larger than half an inch in diameter. This gives the roots to grow and are excellent drainage holes for the water to run out.

How to Clean your Fiberglass Planter

Next, you will want to clean your fiberglass planter every half year or so. Besides your monthly dusting, be sure to go over the planter with warm and soapy water before buffing it and drying it off with a couple of paper towels.

What should Go Inside?

Next, you need to be careful what you put inside. While you can house any plant and soil, you want to find some with higher PH scales than acidic ones. Acidic ph levels will wear anything down over time, so be sure to choose the better investment.

Jay Scotts

Jay Scotts employs the best practices in the world of fiberglass planters. If you are having problems determining what type of style you would like to use for your business, then you should consider giving us a call or e-mail, and we can help you find the style that is best for you! We are here Mondays to Friday and ready to take your calls!

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