Wind spinners can start to look weathered if not taken care of properly. If your wind spinners have been moved and stored in and out of boxes a lot (if you have moved homes or just like to change the location of your wind spinner) they may get a little scratched. You can decrease the visibility of the scratches using a polishing cloth and lightly rubbing in circles over the top of the scratch. If your wind spinners get a little dirt on them use the same cloth do dust it off. OutdoorMama's wind spinners will not rust because they are stainless steel so that is one less thing to worry about. Wind spinners can look glistening in the wind as long as they are kept shiny clean to catch the sun's rays. So if you want to enjoy twirling, sparkling wind spinners in your yard, you will need to clean them once and a while.
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