Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 01:15:26 AM
Of these, resin-based synthetic rattan is of course the most popular, as well as the most widespread across public consciousness; however, unlike what many home-owners might think, not every rattan garden furniture item is made of the same type of synthetic polymer. Much to the contrary, rattan items on the market can be made out of any one of four types of resin: polyethylene, polypropylene, PVC or nylon.
For best results, you should clean your outdoor tables and chairs for at least four times a year. Once at the beginning of the hot season, once at the end of the hot season, and a couple of times in between. If possible, you should store your outdoor furniture indoors during winter months to prevent extra weathering and staining.
As a matter of habit, soap and detergents come into play when it's time to clean. However, when it comes to leather furniture care cleaning, soaps, and detergents are a 'strict no-no'. If your sofa is stained, use distilled water for cleaning. Do so by blotting and not pouring the water over it. Keep blotting it till the cloth becomes dry. Strictly avoid rubbing the stain in circular motion with tap water, as it'll only worsen the condition.
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