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What makes Bamboo Fencing so popular is it’s versatility and low maintenance.Â Despite how easy it is to utilize and care for bamboo fencing, since it is a natural material, there are still things you should periodically do to ensure the life and look of your bamboo.
To prevent molding on your bamboo we always suggest keeping it from being submerged in wet ground.Â If you live in an area with frequent rain or if your grounds are constantly wet from a sprinkler system, we suggest placing a spacer of some sort between the actual bamboo fence and the ground.
To remove dirt and some stains, you can use a mild detergent and water to clean your fence.Â Once a year, or depending on need, you can use a pressurized spray to remove any caked on debris.Â Once your bamboo fence is dry, it is recommended that you use a waterproofing sealant.Â Depending on your climate, you can re-apply this sealant once or twice a year, this will also help maintain the color of your bamboo.Â Remember that certain colors such as Mahogany, are more prone to fading than the natural color.
Remember that can also paint or stain your bamboo.Â You can do this by first sanding the natural coating, then applying your stain/color of choice.Â After you reach the desired color, and your bamboo is dry, you can apply the sealant.
Some solutions to getting rid of mold on your bamboo are using either vinegar or a fungicide spray onÂ your fence.Â It is important to ensure that the mold is gone and that your fence is dry before applying sealant.