How to Clean Outdoor Resin Furniture
Outdoor resin furniture is an ideal alternative for metal or wooden chairs or tables that are rusted, splintered, continuously need painting or other maintenance or are simply heavy. Durable and able to withstand most of the fluctuations in climate, resin furniture is a viable option for most terraces and patios. With design features and styles, there are outdoor resin furniture that cater to all tastes. Keeping new tables and chairs clean and in good condition for years to come is easy, but older pieces take a little more effort to restore the furniture cleaner, looking better.
Dust brush and garbage from the outdoor resin furniture with a hard bristle brush. Spray with water from a garden hose. Use some pressure to remove as much dirt and debris as possible. Put on rubber gloves to protect your skin. Paint pure chlorine on the table and chairs with an old brush with natural bristles. To do this, in a well-ventilated outdoor space.
Let that bleach to set in outdoor resin furniture for about five minutes for light spots or more black spots and other deeply ingrained stains. A second bleaching layer may be necessary. Add dishwashing detergent to a bucket of hot water and use a nylon sponge to scrub down outdoor resin furniture pieces. Finish the cleaning process with a final rinse and let dry before use.