Due to the nature of the material, the planter’s color could fade over time. A great care option is a bottle of maintenance oil.
To use the oil, grab a clean microfiber cloth; apply a little at a time to the areas that could use a touch up. For best results, it is recommended that the planter be treated four times a year.
Glossy White Fiberstone
Sometimes accidents happen. Scratches and dark marks can ruin the beauty of a precious display. Thankfully, the lacquer pen is here for moments like this to remove imperfections from your glossy white planter.
Take the pen and trace over the mark. Leave it to dry, and see the imperfections disappear! If you find the texture to be uneven after letting the lacquer set, you can file the uneven area with sandpaper and apply another layer as needed to achieve the best results.
The gray fiberstone planters have the closest appearance to that of stone. Due to its light color and natural aspect, this version has the lowest maintenance in its collection. If the planter becomes dirty, simply wash it down with soapy water and let it air dry.