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11-09-2015 11:42 PM
Eugene Just some furniture cleaning tips form one of the world's fastest growing outdoor furniture manufacturers, Mamagreen.

Stainless Steel
Several products to clean stainless steel are on the market, but a car washing soap will also do the job. Use a soft sponge and soft cloth, never use a metal brush or steel wool.

Aluminium
Clean with soapy water. Never use hot or boiling water. Use a soft sponge and a soft cloth. Never use anything abrasive like a metal brush or steel wool.

Wicker
Prepare a bucket with a generous mixture of gentle eco-friendly dishwashing soap and cool to lukewarm water. Never use hot or boiling water. Use a soft plastic bristled brush. First rinse the whole surface with clean cool to lukewarm water to remove any loose dirt and to remove any dirt or debris between the weaving lines if needed. Dip the brush in the soap mixture and brush the wicker. Make sure you brush the entire surface. Rinse off the soap mixture thoroughly

Read more at http://www.mamagreen.com.au/Product.htm


it is great to get this kind of information straight from the manufacturer.
Hope that helps.
08-31-2015 07:06 AM
AshleyRogers Thing twice before using pressure wash.
04-21-2015 05:16 AM
carleymartin I think pressure clean is most effective for cleaning the outdoor furniture and if it is wood made, then you should use hardener in the shine.
06-28-2014 01:55 AM
Dennis I. Madison I like the tips you shared.. Thanks
09-14-2013 06:05 AM
jazeen212 thanks for that tips i really appreciate that tips at last i have now idea how to clean properly my furniture
05-29-2013 06:09 AM
Amberlina keep tidy and wipe it with a piece of fine steel wool or sandpaper to smooth it out with everyday, so that it can keep it clean.
03-25-2013 04:17 AM
harrisonsimpsons Proper and regularly cleaning of your outdoor furniture can greatly increase the life of your outdoor furniture and keep your outdoor area looking clean and fresh. It can also help you prevent from spending a lot of money for damage repairs, therefore it is very important for you to know how to clean your outdoor furniture properly.
01-16-2013 04:49 PM
yourroofcleaner We do exterior surface cleaning and we only use soft-wash methods for the cleaning. With our soft-wash system we can really bring the luster back to outdoor furniture.
01-15-2013 10:58 PM
michaelvaugan Thanks for giving me such a nice ideal about clean outdoor wooden furniture but I generally prefer to clean my outdoor wooden furniture with warm water and dish soap and avoid to use professional cleaning product or harmful chemical.
10-19-2012 01:21 PM
valdalycett First of all, you should inspect it and try to get the information about previously used products on furniture. So that you can get idea about what to apply next. You need to wash it time to time.
10-16-2012 10:20 AM
HalbertMason Many companies are exist which are providing the best clean and care outdoor furniture service at best rates. So any one who have to make his furniture clean can use this service.
10-11-2012 06:56 AM
Valisa89 well said ervincoln green cleaning products are very useful for clean outdoor furniture.
08-28-2012 12:52 AM
linchdaniel
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I am totally agree with you. Using those equipments you can easily be cleaning your outdoor and indoor home furniture in a very effective way. Green cleaning products are also best option for cleaning furniture products.
Thanks for supporting my tips over here and another thing you need to be considered is polishing your furniture. Now days, verities of paints are available in the market, and you just need to select your preferred color and then polish your furniture in an effective way because it can help you to prevent your wooden items from any rust.
08-25-2012 08:13 AM
rotezlue Outdoor furniture needs more attention compared to indoor furnitures. To clear such kind of furnitures, it is best to hire professional cleaning services. They have enough experience and you can protect your valuable furnitures too.
06-29-2012 02:51 AM
albansparrow
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The most easiest and great options to wash your home's furniture are water and detergent. Use mild drinking water and detergent to fresh your fixtures at least once a week. The air around the fixtures settles in layers on the fixtures leading to deposition of various dust and other particles. If they are not removed from time to time, then it will result in a chemical reaction which may even rot your fixtures.
I am totally agree with you. Using those equipments you can easily be cleaning your outdoor and indoor home furniture in a very effective way. Green cleaning products are also best option for cleaning furniture products.
06-20-2012 05:59 AM
ervinecolin I think we should use green cleaning products that can be effectively cleaning outdoor furniture the right way. After using green cleaning products use soft cotton cloth to clean up furniture.
05-28-2012 02:53 AM
NelsonJohn I agreed that proper cleaning and maintenance will extend the life of furniture. However a few week ago for the chandelier cleaning I have taken the expertise advice for cleaning process. A good cleaner or product help a lot with cleaning process under the guidance of professional advice.
05-17-2012 12:21 AM
linchdaniel The most easiest and great options to wash your home's furniture are water and detergent. Use mild drinking water and detergent to fresh your fixtures at least once a week. The air around the fixtures settles in layers on the fixtures leading to deposition of various dust and other particles. If they are not removed from time to time, then it will result in a chemical reaction which may even rot your fixtures.
05-08-2012 08:07 AM
kevinmcgrail When not in use, protect your furnishings with plastic or cloth covers to prevent them from being directly revealed to natural light, rainfall or dust. Plastic cover is better to keep your piece of furnitures from obtaining soaked in the rainfall. You also need to clean these covers time to time.
03-21-2012 04:44 PM
Ciscokid Here in Hawaii, it seems as if everyone has outdoor wicker furniture on their lanai (patio) and the pervading tropical conditions tend to wreak havoc on it. For preventative maintenance, use a vacuum cleaner with a dust brush attachment, or that long-skinny attachment, to get the dust out of all those nooks and crannies. To remove grime, wash with a solution of two tablespoons ammonia per gallon of water and use a paintbrush or a toothbrush to get at hard-to-reach places. Rinse well and air dry in the shade. Aloha from Hawaii!
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