If you don’t like rust then turn your head on these vintage outdoor metal planter boxes. But if you like vintage claw feet, weathered metal and natural rust then start planting. Throw out that can of Rustoleum and embrace the past with all it’s flaws and imperfections. If rust is not your thing but you still like metal then you need to get galvanized. It resists the process of erosion and rust.
Vintage Outdoor Metal Planter Boxes
Galvanization is the process of applying a protective coat of zinc to steel or iron to prevent it from rusting. The most common method is hot dip galvanization where metal parts are submerged into a bath of molten zinc. The zinc not only provides a protective layer from erosion but it penetrates the metal and infuses the zinc to provide multiple layers of protection. If exposed to the natural elements like these planter boxes it will never rust. As for me I happen to like the rust especially if used outside. Our environment is beautiful but far from perfect and these planters fit right in. Forget the plastic, PVC and aluminum products. They are all too perfect. It’s never to early to start planning your outdoor garden. I know it’s still winter but get ready to feel the dirt in your hands with these vintage metal planters. Click HERE to check them out.
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