Routine Inspections – The most important thing it’s you needs to look after your wrought and maintain it regularly, repair damaged paint and inspect it occasionally. You’ll be able to build up a conditional assessment and identify where’s your wrought iron might need intervention.
Keep it Clean – Cleaning wrought iron should be part of your care routine and maintenance. Wrought iron is usually low maintenance requiring minimum intervention if cared for properly. You need to avoid serious issues that will makes your wrought iron go rust so that you could save your money for wrought iron restoration works.
Accumulated dirt could be removed by hand, using water, or mix water with a little detergent, and a cloth or soft bristle brush. It’s important not to use too much amount of water, and do not use high water hose pressure. Wrought iron need to dried out after cleaning to prevent trapping water. Even a very tiny of corrosion could be removed by using a bronze wire brush or chisel and sandpaper before repainting your wrought iron. Be careful not to harm the ironwork and do not use mechanical tools.
Painting Ironwork – Minor patch repairs can normally be undertaken by the owner but it is essential to follow some basic procedures to ensure the paintwork doesn’t subsequently fail.