After a few years of use you will notice that your memorial bench will need some restorer. The original colour will start to fade from a golden caramel to a pale white and then finally to a mellow silver patina. There is no need to worry, this is perfectly normal and will not effect the longevity of your bench.
Memorial Bench Cleaner removes black mould and algae
In the autumn and winter months the days will become shorter, damper and wetter. This provides nature with the perfect environment for black mould spores and algae to grow on your memorial bench. Although this looks unsightly, it is purely superficial. As soon as spring arrives and the days become warmer and brighter, the mould and algae will die off.
You can reduce the onset of this natural ageing process, growth of algae and mould spores by placing a breathable cover over your memorial bench when its not in use. If your bench is located in a church yard or woodland walk a cover may not be a practical solution.
If you feel that your bench looks a bit unsightly, never fear, help is near! In this case you can use a Memorial Bench Restorer and Cleaner for an instant result! Simply wet a section of your bench, apply the Restorer liberally and scrub with a firm nylon brush. Leave for a 5 minutes. Apply some more water and scrub it clean with the brush. You will instantly see a marked improvement as the algae and silver patina is removed.
We tested a number of Memorial Bench Cleaners
We have done our own tests on a number of restoring and cleaning products and this came out on top. Not only that, A 1000 ml bottle of our Memorial Bench Restorer and Cleaner will restore your bench up to 10 times!
A very quick and effective way of keeping your memorial bench looking smart and clean throughout the year. Available to purchase online from Memorial Benches UK