It’s ‘Ho Ho Ho’ at Thompson & Parkes Stourport
December 6, 2019
Woodwork Project Up and Running Thanks to Thompson & Parkes Stourport
November 25, 2019
Thompson & Parkes Opens New DIY Retail Shop in Stourport
September 20, 2019
August 13, 2019
Thompson & Parkes Welcomes Manager and Supervisor to our Stourport Team
Thompson & Parkes to Open a Retail Shop in Stourport
July 19, 2019
July 16, 2019
Stourport History Uncovered
New Stourport Branch Coming Soon!
July 9, 2019
Who we are, and what we do
October 29, 2015
August 4, 2016
Want to maximize the lifespan and minimize the repair work of your hardwood conservatory? Follow these these simple tips.
To take the natural, grease, grime and dust away that nasty bacteria can grow in, wash the exterior of your conservatory at least once a year. Use mild detergent with enough clean, warm water.
NEVER use a pressure washer as these are too harsh for the hardwood surface.
Any enduring chips, marks and lacerations that occur on your woodwork should be restored in good time.
To fix damaged paintwork, wipe away any remains, sand the area lightly then repaint the woodwork.
Mop away any spills or accidents straight away as leaving any fluids can cause the natural wood to bow and warp with time.
Keep on top of cleaning the glass in your conservatory and you’ll see the results!
Use warm water with mild detergent to clean the windows, then clean away with fresh water. Internally clean the windows regularly with window cleaning products.
There is nothing worse than squeaky creaky hinges that occur on opening and closing windows and doors but this can be easily fixed.
Wipe the hinge with a damp cloth to remove grime and grit. Then use a small amount of WD40 or oil. Wipe away any dribbles, and you will have a noise free hinge.
Come down to your local store to grab all the remedies you need to keep your conservatory squeaky clean.
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