120 Care and Maintenance Natural Wood: To keep your natural woods looking new, periodic cleanings with soap and water with a stiff brush will be required. We do not recommend using a pressure washer as it can tear the wood fibers, causing an uneven and coarse surface. DuraLumber™: DuraLumber™ is a low-maintenance product that requires little care. It will not dent easily, however it is susceptible to scratching. Power washing will work just fine for cleaning your DuraLumber™ product, but do not exceed 1500 dpi. For certain stains and additional cleaning power, a 1/3 bleach and 2/3 water solution can be used on the product without affecting the color Metals: For cast bronze products, using a mild soap and water with a soft rag is best. Do not use any house cleaners with additives as they will damage the patina and finish. Wipe and dry completely before adding a wax finish. For cast aluminum, periodic cleaning with soap and water will keep your product looking great. Avoid using abrasive cleansers or bleach as they may damage the finish. Granite: Water with drops of dish detergent will thoroughly clean any granite product. Be sure to wipe dry with a cloth. Refinishing Ball Washer Refinishing: Our ball washer refurbishing service removes old paint and restores ball washers to a like-new appearance. We also offer optional replacement parts to help keep your ball washers operating smoothly for many seasons to come. • We sandblast all ball washer housings to remove built-up scale and old paint. • We clean the housings with automotive-grade metal cleaners. • We coat the housings with two coats of automotive-grade epoxy-filling primers. These filling primers help smooth out the surface and provide additional coating protection. • We paint the housings with two coats of automotive-grade urethanes to protect your ball washers from harsh weather conditions that could degrade them. • Finally, we apply two coats of automotive-grade urethane clear coat for additional long-lasting protection. Cast Metal Refinishing: Restoring the original finish of your cast aluminum and cast bronze golf course signs and markers is one of the best ways to revitalize your golf course without incurring replacement costs. • We sandblast your items to remove corrosion, tarnish and old faded paint, and prepare the product surface for painting. • For bronze items, we use a specially formulated pre-treatment to prevent tarnishing during the refinishing process. • We prime the items using a two-component, automotive-grade urethane to ensure maximum paint adhesion and provide a base layer of protection. • We apply two coats of an automotive-grade, two-component acrylic urethane color coat. Studies have shown automotive-grade urethanes to be superior to powder coating and lacquer-based paints in providing maximum protection against environmental elements. • We belt-sand raised areas on cast bronze and cast aluminum signs and markers using an industrial- grade, wide-belt sander. This provides a uniform look in the grain of your finished piece. • Finally, we apply two coats of a high-performance, automotive-grade, two-component urethane for maximum, long-lasting protection. Care and Maintenance - Refinishing Before After