By myneurotica from Topeka
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By merry woods 09/18/2009
Have you got a chlorine swimming pool? Maybe a good friend has? If you have, drop your dirty white furniture in (no leaves etc) and leave for a while. The chlorine bleaches them beautifully back to white.
By Heather Krucker 09/10/2009
We drilled three small holes in the seat (triangular shape) so that the rain water would drain. Now I no longer have to constantly clean the seats.
By Amy Crowley 09/09/2009
You can use the erasers, or scrub with sudsy pine sol water, but if you paint them, you must get paint just for plastic.
By marisa 09/08/2009
I have used a magic eraser on mine and everything else too. I also have painted them but they just aren't the same. Much luck to you.
Here are questions related to Cleaning Plastic Outdoor Furniture.
I have plastic outdoor chairs that get quite dirty after setting out all the time, especially through the winter months. I have tried all kinds of cleaners, but nothing I have used cuts the dirt.
I would appreciate any help on how to remove this build in dirt.
By Bill C.
By Carol L Craig 06/10/2011
Wesley's Bleche White is the best! You can find it in the automotive department at Walmart-it is less than $3.00 per bottle and it takes the grime right off of those chairs. It is actually made for whitewall tires so you know it is going to work. I even used it to clean some old bricks that I got from a neighbor and they looked brand new afterwards. Spray it on, wait about 5 minutes and wipe it off with a sponge. Then rinse with water and let the sun dry the chairs.
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I have several of the plastic outside stackable chairs. Over the years they've gotten "dirty" looking even though they are not dirty. Any tips on cleaning these to get them back to looking nice? Mine are white or an off white color.
Carol from Anderson, IN
Keep in mind that outdoor chairs are subject to the same kind of molds and oxidation cars parked outside are. Ask at the auto parts store what the campers are cleaned with. They sit in parks all summer and get tree sap and mold all over them. It's a different kind of plastic, but it may be worth the try. (08/11/2006)
By Carla B.
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