How to clean your BACSAC
Keep your pot, window box or kitchen garden clean by following our advice.
Our fabric is made to resist to bad weather. Even if you lived in Greenland or on the top of a pyramid, you wouldn’t need to worry! Your BACSAC is a great adventurer and can bear extreme temperatures: from – 30°C to 70°C. Colours remain as new and the shape of your BACSAC doesn’t change.
However, you may see white or brown stains appear, as well as moss on the handle or in the bottom of your BACSAC. This is partly due to hard water that you use to water the plants.
Don’t panic, this can happen for your BACSAC as it can happen for pots in terracotta. You just need to use a biological anti-liming spray (neutral for soil and plants) or white vinegar diluted in water. If your product cannot be sprayed, use a normal sponge.
Here are some steps to follow to clean the brown stain that is on he black handle of this BACSAC.
1/ Put some product on the stain.
2/ leave it for one to two minutes and rub it with a semi-hard brush.
3/ rinse it with water jet or a watering can … and the stain disappears!
(To facilitate the photo shoot, the pot has been laid. At home, clean your pot straight, in order not to damage the plant and to keep the soil in the pot). This picture has not been retouched, and no special effects are added. It has been taken in real conditions.
BACSAC pots can also be cleaned with high-pressure water, which is very efficient for moss, but less for limescale.
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