patio. Sunday , December 11th , 2016 - 10:53:09 AM
Never use any abrasive cleaners or brushes for the furniture, as they will scratch the surface. If your furniture has got mold on it, then it is best to clean it with half cup bleach mixed in one gallon of water.
Using a dry blush, clean off all the dust from the furniture. If there are any scratches or chipped surfaces, gently rub the uneven edges using sandpaper, to make them even. Take a bucket of lukewarm water and add some mild soap into it. With the help of a sponge, clean the furniture with this mixture. Make sure you squeeze out most of the water from the sponge before you use it on the wood otherwise the polish used may get affected due to the detergent. Wash off the wooden surface with clean water and allow it to dry under the sun. You can also use wood wash. All you need to do is follow the guidelines provided by the manufacturer. Then, rinse it off with water and dry off with a towel. For the purpose of protecting the furniture from outdoor elements, special oils like teak oil are available in the market. You can apply a coat of baby oil or vegetable oil as well.
The choice of color is not entirely esthetic as it may seem to be! If stark sunlight hits your garden for a major part of the day, then the color of the umbrella may fade. Also a dark-colored umbrella will trap more heat and make sitting under it feel like getting baked! Go for pale or neutral colors like white, cream, beige, etc.
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