Correct maintenance has a major influence in maintaining the aesthetic appearance of a coating, thus expanding its years of service. Since the coating is usually exposed to a variety of environmental conditions, depending on what weather zone in the globe it is exposed to, maintenance should be handled differently in different parts of the world.
PERIODICAL CLEANING AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE (Cleaning frequency)
Powder Coated Objects or Components Used Outdoor
Cleaning is typically used to remove dirt and stains and maintain the aesthetic impression of the coating. When the coated objects or components are located in maritime sites, or highly polluted areas, aggressive stains may result on the coating surface and the gloss will gradually fade away. This may accelerate degradation of the coating’s surface through corrosion, and will reduce the coating’s years of service.
Cleaning is generally recommended at 6-month intervals; however, in highly exposed areas of frequency should be increased, depending on the severity of climate conditions on the coated object or components. Ordinary dirt and stains can be removed using a household neutral detergent (pH 5 to 8), diluted with water. The cleaning agent should not contain abrasive materials or solvents as they might have an adverse effect on the coating.
 We recommend a minimum of once a month should be required on this object