Cleaning Outdoor Chair Pads

How do I clean my outdoor chair pads? Before bringing them in for the winter, I would like to get them cleaned. There are some small patches of mildew on the fabric. What gets it off?

Vanet from Saugerties

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September 19, 20070 found this helpful

Try spot cleaning them with a bleach and water mixture. Bleach is excellent for removing mildew.

Marge from NY

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September 20, 20070 found this helpful

I'm using a mildew remover on mine and hanging them in the sun and it's working great. I've treated them on each side and let them dry in the sun.

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