Care & Maintenance
Cleaning and maintaining your Security Door.
Security doors and screens are extremely strong, resilient and are built to last, in order for them to stay that way security doors need to be regularly maintained like any other part of your home.
Regular Cleaning guide:
Firstly, use a soft non-abrasive brush or duster to remove dust or any other loose particles from the door, this will make it a lot easier to clean and will avoid any scratches been made to the surface of the door while cleaning.
For a shiny and spotless look, finish it off with a good wipe down using a dry microfiber cloth.
Please note below schedule of cleaning (at a minimum) depending on your proximity to the ocean:
More than 10km from beachfront or sheltered bay. Clean every 6 months
1km to 10km from beachfront or sheltered bay. Clean every 2 to 3 months
500m to 1km from beachfront or 100m to 1km from sheltered bay. Clean every 2 to 4 weeks
Within 500m of beachfront or within 100m of sheltered bay. Clean every 1 to 2 weeks
Here at JJM Group we recommend Dulux Powder-Coatings and Interpon Powder-Coatings for a fade resistance, immaculate finish that’s also made to endure our Aussie outdoors. Colours are available in a wide array of solid, textured and pearlescent finishes and are free of volatile solvents and toxic pigments. Highly durable polyesters are an ideal choice for architectural residential fittings such as aluminium windows and doors. They are equally suited to interior products and other metal surfaces.
Caring for Powder Coated Surfaces
The effects of ultra violet light, pollution, dirt, grime and salt, can all accumulate on powder-coated surfaces over time. To extend the life of powder coatings and protect any warranty requirements that exist, a simple regular maintenance program should be undertaken. In general, cleaning should take place every six months. In coastal or industrial regions, every three months is recommended.
Here at JJM Group we recommend Dulux Powder-Coatings and Interpon To clean your powder coated surface
2. Use a soft, non-abrasive brush or cloth and a mild household detergent solution to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
3. Rinse off with clean fresh water.