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Some Features Of Fibreglass Pots | Park & Plaza

Some Features Of Fibreglass Pots | Park & Plaza


Fibreglass pots – especially those located indoors – sometimes have to be moved around to accommodate events, renovations, and cleaning. That means it can be beneficial to have large planters that are still lightweight enough to move. You can find many large fibreglass planters that are much lighter in weight than stone while also strong and sturdy enough to rearrange on occasion.


Park and Plaza have a wide range of fibreglass pots made from high-quality woven glass material and stylishly finished with UV-resistant polyurethane. This finish ensures that the colour of the fibreglass remains beautiful even in the sun and protects the planter from fading and cracking due to UV exposure. You can also safely leave your fibreglass planter outside without worrying about damage from rain or snow, as this material is quite weather-resistant. Fibreglass planters are also strong and durable enough to hold even large trees and shrubs safely, both indoors and out.


Fibreglass pots feature sophisticated finishes that add a touch of elegance to any décor. The special paints used come in a range of neutrals and bright colours to suit your style and add a rich look to your home or office. These smooth, coloured finishes highlight the beauty of the plants themselves rather than overpowering them. Fibreglass planters are strong, durable, lightweight, and stylish – perfect for most design or landscape applications.


Your fibreglass planter is low to no maintenance, making it one of the most convenient choices for your plant-based décor. All you’ll ever need to do is wash it with a soft cloth and warm, soapy water as needed – avoiding abrasive materials such as steel wool. You can also find colour finish touch-up kits for concealing small scratches or chips. Of course, the durability of these planters means you won’t have to worry about replacing them every few years, making them cost-effective as well.

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