Automatic garden irrigation systems are remarkably practical and convenient, as they guarantee the correct supply of water regardless of our presence or free time. So, it’s important to know how to clean garden sprinklers to keep your garden blooming!
There are normally 2 types of sprinklers:
1- Above ground or external. This type includes those that are simply resting against a special support system and can be moved at will, and those embedded in the ground more deeply. The dispensing part remains more or less above the grass.
2- Hidden in the ground (so-called pop-ups). This version normally remains with the dispensing head flush with the ground, while the body remains underground. The dispensing head rises automatically thanks to the water pressure when the system is operating. At the end of the irrigation cycle the water pressure is eliminated and the head is recalled by a spring, returning to its seat and disappearing completely.