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post #1 of Old 02-17-2015, 07:06 AM Thread Starter
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How to Clean Outdoor Furnitures.

Id like to share this blog post. Its kinda old but still useful. Look at how she cleaned and restored that patio! If you have balcony that’s starting to look a bit gross and an expensive restoration is not an option, follow her tips!

inmyownstyle dot com/2012/05/cleaning-outdoor-decks-and-patios-in-style.html

Im not related to the owner and I dont own that blog. Just sharing
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wow thanks. you can actually leave links everybody does it but thanks a lot! I think it's a decent website with tons of information. She's actually one of the few bloggers my gf follows and she's legit. Her DIY projects are cheap and simple but very effective. We even do some together and most have been fun.

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Hi – wonderful amount of useful info and advice. Thank you!
Very informative!
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These are the nice tips. Thanks for sharing.
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Does anyone knows a specific brand for cleaning outdoor funitures that are homemade or natural?
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Read some tips at http://www.edocr.com/doc/237604/how-...hardwood-floor. This document contain some useful tips to maintain your wooden floor. I hope it'll help!

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Your tips are very useful for maintaining outdoor furnitures. Another essential step is to make sure there is no raw exposed wood. Exposed raw wood will warp, rot and crack quickly ruining your wood and quite possibly the warranty guarantee. Getting a paint that has good anti-fungal properties will stop mold and mildew damage. This process is necessary whether you live in wet climates or not. I really appreciate your writing skills. The tips and ideas you have introduced in this post are really very effective and helpful. Fresh coat of paint is the quickest way to transform your furniture.
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Thanks for information.
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Thank you so much..
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  • 1/2 cup washing soda mixed with 1 gallon warm water
  • 3 tablespoons automatic dishwasher detergent (contains mild bleaching agent) mixed with 1 gallon warm water
  • For colored plastic: 1⁄4 cup vinegar mixed with 1 quart warm water
  • For white plastic, avoid chlorine and bleach because they eat away at the material.
  • For stubborn stains, dampen a clean rag with white distilled vinegar and wipe down the piece.
  • Sprinkle baking soda on a wet sponge to create a mild abrasive that will peel away stains but won't scratch surfaces. (Don't use abrasive cleaners; they will scratch plastic.)
  • Use WD-40 to restore shine; spray onto plastic and wipe clean with a dry cloth.
  • After washing your plastic furniture, protect it with a coat of automotive paste wax.
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How to Clean Outdoor Furnitures.

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Thank you so much for sharing awesome tips.
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Vacuum cleaner would be best
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The outdoor furniture needs routine cleanings to keeping your outdoor furniture in good and proper condition. For cleaning the outdoor furniture apply these tips:

Add 2 cups white vinegar and 2 tablespoons liquid dish soap in a hot water.
Use a soft brush or rinse and dry with soft cloth to clean your furniture.
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Thanks for sharing! This post is very helpful and informative
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That's Great Dear, I have read this post. Thanks for sharing this information.
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New furniture is always looking so beautiful and attractive. But with time shine of furniture getting dull. If you just want to remove dust or impurities then you may clean it with water, or white vinegar or Soft rags or paper towels. These all clean furniture but gradually it also decreases shine of furniture. So to maintain shine of wooden furniture always use authentic wax based product like “CROWN MIN CREAM” which can clean shine & protect wooden furniture.

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This post is very helpful and informative. As patio furniture made of hard woods, consider annually sanding. With regular care; you can keep your outdoor furniture clean and beautiful. Spray baking soda on a mop to get rid of tough stains from furniture. Dish soap and warm water can do wonder for its cleaning. Keep sharing.

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