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How To Clean Outdoor Furniture

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I was going NUTS! For the past 2 years I have been trying to get rid of these white oxidized "stains" that made these chairs look old & weathered.
  • outdoor furniture cleaning tips, cleaning tips, outdoor furniture
I was getting ready to accept the idea of repainting the set but decided to try one more product...
  • outdoor furniture cleaning tips, cleaning tips, outdoor furniture
Oxiclean! Using the scoop that was included in the oxiclean container, I mixed approx 2 cups of water with the oxiclean scoop filled the the line 1 level. Using the soapy mixture, I washed & rinsed the furniture.
  • outdoor furniture cleaning tips, cleaning tips, outdoor furniture
  • outdoor furniture cleaning tips, cleaning tips, outdoor furniture
The white marks were no more! And the furniture looks fresh & new- WOW!! &Tricks

To see more: http://www.frugelegance.com/howtocleanoutdoorfurniture/

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  • AmericanWoman
    AmericanWoman Omaha, NE

    Oxi-Clean and the generics of the same type continue to amaze me. Thanks for sharing your experience.

  • Carol
    Carol Coraopolis, PA

    Great. I'll try it on our porch railings...

    • FrugElegance
      FrugElegance Alamo, CA

      @ Thats a great idea! Let us know how it works. Take a before & after pic too if you can.

  • Michelle Wilson

    You can use car wax on the metal, prevents oxidizing

  • RustyDusty
    RustyDusty Tyrone, GA

    Johnson's Paste Wax. It's an old, OLD favorite which has stood the test of time!

  • Annie Doherty

    Thanks for the tip on the wax, I usually use olive oil so something different to try out great post.

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