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cleaning outdoor furniture

Please -- any advice on cleaning Brown Jordan vinyl furniture.  Thanks!

Re: cleaning outdoor furniture

  • Are you trying to clean a particular stain, or just a general clean for the start of the season?

    Windex makes a glass & outdoor patio cleaner that attaches to your hose.  I would test it in a small, inconspicuous spot, but I would be surprised if it damaged your furniture. We used it on our patio set, which is metal and tile.  For stubborn stains, ie pine sap, we used Goo Be Gone.  It?s safe on vinyl, but again, test a spot before using.

    Without knowing what your furniture looks like, or what you are trying to clean, another suggestion is a Mr. Clean eraser.  Those things will clean anything!


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  • clorox or lysol wipes?  again, you'd probably want to check a small spot first =)
  • mrsB68mrsB68 member
    Do you have a power washer or a garden hose with a spray attachment? Where it's outdoor furniture I'd recommend spraying it down each Fall & Spring to keep it fresh. Where it's vinyl you shouldn't need to do much more than that, you don't need to oil it or anything. Other than that I would use a natural spray cleaner if you want to wipe it all down so that you don't risk any chemicals causing any fading or staining in the sun. Then, just be sure you dry it all vs. letting the sun dry it.
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