JENNA KATE AT HOME
If your cushions have zips, the covers can mostly likely be removed and machine washed, leaving the inserts untouched. However, if your seat cushions are tightly fit like ours are,
If your patio furniture does not have zippered covers, then pressure washing is certainly less time consuming than hand washing and a sure-fire way to get your patio cushions clean.
- Mix the Cleaning Solution - Soak the Cushions and Scrub - Rinse - Allow to Dry
If you are someone that does not want to store patio furniture cushions every night, then either buying a large cover that fits over your entire piece of furniture (cumbersome to put on – we only do this to protect the furniture over the winter).
Yes – first soak up any excess oil by gently dabbing with a microfiber cloth. Then apply an absorbent powder such as cornstarch or baking soda to the stain.
To remove the sap stains residue, soak a paper towel or small piece of cloth in hand sanitizer or rubbing alcohol, then lightly blot the stain with it.
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