If your outdoor furniture needs a little TLC, follow these cleaning tips to brighten plastic, wood, metal, and glass. Our material-specific ideas will keep your patio furniture looking fresh for years to come.
No one wants to sit on a grimy patio chair or eat off of a dirty table. So when it comes to keeping your patio furniture in pristine condition, routine cleanings are the key. For best results, you should clean outdoor furniture four times a year: Once at the beginning of summer, once at the end of summer, and a couple of times in between. For optimal protection, store furniture indoors during winter months to prevent additional weathering and staining.
The best method for cleaning your patio furniture depends on the item's material. That's why we've identified tips and tricks for wood, wicker, metal, glass, and plastic. Follow along and pick up some secrets that are guaranteed to breathe new life back into your patio furniture.