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Pollywood composite furniture cleaning

Old 09-02-2017, 08:15 AM
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Any tips on cleaning white composite patio furniture?

Have used all types of bleach cleaners and the grain still holds some sort of dirt.

Mfger suggests using a pressure washer, it does the job but hate having to drag that machine out just to clean the furniture each time.

Any suggestions?
Old 09-02-2017, 08:22 AM
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Pressure wash it! I do the same to our sets and works like a charm. Also works on starboard pieces in the boat
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spray 9..........don't buy it at west marine...........good stuff. spray on let it work
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I've tried every kind of cleaner you could think of. They all do pretty good but like mentioned i still had black in the grain of the chairs. I've finally give up and started pressure washing. I've noticed the summer month's when it's really humid it comes back a lot quicker. Be careful pressure washing as the poly wood will get damaged if you get too close with the wand.
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I pressure wash mine. PITA but it works.
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If only slightly dirty I spray with Clorox and let sit for 15 min - couple hours, rinse and that's it. They look great. On rare occasion I have used the pressure washer and that works well too.

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