FAQ

FAQs and answers on how to use pots

This page embeds answers given from our experts concerning questions that have been frequently asked from distributors, point of sales and final customers that uses our products.

They are many questions that clarify practical and informative aspects. Further, they give you some conditions of use too.

FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Plastecnic suggests you two solutions for the watering reservoir: one with net while the other with a tank and an equipped watering level.

Discover more

The saucer helps the plant to have a watering reservoir. Thus, it is important to choose the right saucer.

Discover more

Plastecnic pots have holes on the bottom that allows the water to leak down and the aeration of the roots. This latter role is made thanks to the holes applied on the draining holes placed on the cross.

Discover more

Pots without holes (or cover pots) can be useful to grow the plant.

Discover more

The overflow towers are designed to drain the exceeded water, ensuring a minimum amount of water reservoir.

Discover more

All the pots from The Oltrevaso Collection are made with double skin.

Discover more

Double skin pots are very high and they can be ballasted on the ground.

Discover more

Balcony boxes are hanged using common iron supports. Please note that some of our pots are sold in a complete kit.

Discover more

If you buy pots and big throughs and you want to drag them (eg. during winter time, for cleanings, etc...) not a bother, it is very simple: click the wheels underneath the pot and drag it easily.

Discover more

Plastecnic lightning pots are made with high qualiy components and they are studied to be used indoors and outdoors. However, in the latter case an electrician must install it.

Discover more

The high quality lacquered finish in Plastecnic pots is made of paintings similar to the ones used for cars. Thus, they can be used outdoors as the high or cold emperatures and atmospheric agents cannot damage the product.

Discover more

Pots can be cleaned by using a sponge soaked in industrial detergents.

Discover more

Lacquered pots can be cleaned by using a soft cloth and non-aggressive detergetns. It is not advisable to use alcohol because it makes the surface and its colour all dull.

Discover more

Copyright 2019 © Plastecnic Spa - VAT Number: IT 00233440130 - All rights is reserved.