Try to avoid spraying fertilisers on your Colorbond fence whilst you’re maintaining your garden. Some fertilisers will contain chemicals that can cause your fence to corrode. If you do accidentally spray your fence with fertiliser, be sure to wash it away as soon as you notice. If the water restrictions in your region permit, it’s a good idea to give your Colorbond fence a hose down every few months. This is particularly important in coastal areas where there is marine salt spray.
If your Colorbond fence is the target of vandals and you find it’s been graffitied, ensure you have this removed as soon as possible. There are graffiti cleaners available to purchase, but it’s best to contact a fencing specialist first before you use anything on your Colorbond fence. This will help make sure you don’t further damage the paintwork.
Colorbond fences are designed and installed to be extremely strong and durable. However, it’s still advised that you don’t lean large and heavy objects against your Colorbond fence. This may result in scratches and could cause your fence to lean.