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Resin Outdoor Furniture—how to Clean It

Resin outdoor furniture is made from polyethylene or polymer plastic, which is high density plastic, making this furniture practically indestructible. The plastic is specially treated to make it weather proof and will not rust if left outside or melt in the sun. It does not need to be stored in the garage or shed during the winter and is virtually maintenance free. There are also environmentally friendly resin outdoor furniture that is made from synthetic wood. This type of furniture is recycled from old plastic, including water bottles. An example of this synthetic wood resin furniture is the Adirondack lawn chair. The synthetic wood resin furniture mimics the look of real painted wood but it is one hundred times more durable. It will not splinter or peel like traditional outdoor wooden furniture.

It is not very difficult to clean resin outdoor furniture Sydney if you follow the right procedure and proper cleaning schedule. For regular cleaning just use a mild detergent or soap and water. You can also use a cleaning product that is specifically manufactured for resin furniture. Using a sponge dipped in the soap solution to wipe the furniture in a circular motion and then rinse it with clean cool water. Make sure that you do not use any abrasive cleaners on the furniture like scouring powder or steel wool. These types of products can scratch the surface of the resin furniture. If you want to use a soft brush instead of a sponge that will would be okay but do not use a metal brush or hard plastic as both of these can make the furniture dull and damage the surface,

To remove any tough stains you can use bleach but it has to be mixed with water and detergent powder to make a solution. Using a wet sponge wipe or scrub the stain gently with the solution and then rinse with clean cool water. Bleach can discolor the resin outdoor furniture so before you use it on the entire piece of furniture try it in an inconspicuous place first. Make sure that you do not use a highly concentrated solution of detergent and bleach on the furniture.

You can also use baking soda. Using a sponge wipe the resin outdoor furniture with baking soda and rinse with clean water. Vinegar is also an effective cleaner for removing mold and mildew and it can inhibit their growth for a little while. Spray some white vinegar on the area and scrub it with a brush, then rinse. To make cleaning easier wipe up any spills immediately.
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