Bubble Walls: So Easy To Clean And Maintain
When you’ve added a beautiful, new water feature such as a bubble wall to your indoor environment, it’s only natural to want to take proper care of it. This is especially true when you create a custom-built design with Midwest Tropical. Built to your specifications and designed with your location in mind, your water feature can be a real standout.
Unlike aquariums or indoor water fountains that can require a lot of upkeep, bubble walls are pretty simple to protect. Here’s what you need to know from Midwest Tropical.
They’re Virtually Maintenance-Free
Midwest Tropical has invented the first line of almost completely maintenance-free bubble walls. They are sealed and enclosed, design to prevent evaporation. These walls should be filled using only distilled water, and you won’t have to think about the water level again. By comparison, other bubble walls require you to top off the water regularly. You may also want to check the airline connections regularly to catch leaks or loosening tubes before they get too serious.
If you are using distilled water, your bubble wall will only need to be cleaned about every three months.
Equipment to Gather
To properly clean your Midwest Tropical bubble wall, you’ll only need a few simple cleaning items, such as:
- A soft, damp towel
- Acrylic cleaners such as NOVUS or Plexus®
- A toothbrush for cleaning tricky areas
Never use any chemicals or cleaning agents, and avoid abrasive cleaners or glass cleaners, which can damage the wall. Likewise, do not use metal brushes, picks, needles or any other tools that could harm your water feature.
The Cleaning Process
To clean your bubble panel, wipe it with a soft, damp towel. A toothbrush works great for getting those hard-to-clean areas.
- Change the color of the LED lighting using the remote control.
- Enjoy the spectacle!
To learn more, browse our website or get in touch today! Since 1977, we’ve been the business bringing visions of indoor water features to life for our clients. Let us help you! If you have any damaged parts, you can order replacements on the Midwest Tropical website.