Glass pool fencing comes in two main styles – frameless and semi-frameless. Both styles are composed of two main components. First, you have the large safety glass panels which form the barrier between your pool and the rest of your yard. Holding these panels together and fixing them to the ground is the job of a range of different fittings, many of which are made from tough, corrosion resistant stainless steel or aluminium.
Keeping your pool fencing clean and shiny will go a long way to maintaining an overall tidy atmosphere in your backyard. However, it’s not always as easy as you would expect to clean the stainless steel and aluminium parts of your fence, which is why we’ve put together the following list of quick tips. They will help you maintain a clean and shiny glass pool fence for years to come.
Avoid Too Much Abrasion
The surface of both stainless steel and aluminium is treated prior to installation to make sure that it’s as shiny and clean as possible. Using tough abrasives like sandpaper, emery or steel wool can damage this coating, which can shorten the lifetime of your fence.