resin furniture


Okay, this is gonna sound stupid but is there something that would clean my outdoor plastic resin furniture better than warm soapy water and a scrub brush and sponge? I prefer home made cleaners since I don't want to spend a ton of money.
Bonnie in NJ
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Here's a recipe for an all-purpose cleaner I use.
1 cup ammonia 1 pint alcohol a squirt or two of dish soap water
add ingredients to a plastic gallon jug, tighten the cap and tip it a few times to mix (don't shake).
My resin furniture stays cleaner if I lean it against the house so the seat won't get dirty.
Nan
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How do you make the homemade ammonia, and dish soap?
I Already know how to make the homemade alcohol!
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You can use this home-made solution for most outdoor cleaning (vinyl siding, decks, outdoor furniture, etc).
3/4 cup TSP 1 gallon warm water 1 cup household bleach
Stir the TSP in the water for one minute. Stir in the bleach. Place in a garden sprayer. Wear rubber gloves and old clothing. Do not get this solution in your eyes or on your skin.
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Thanks Nan and Phish. I'll be cleaning the outdoor stuff in preparation for the holiday weekend. Phish, if you don't mind my asking, are you a guy? I was never sure if Phisherman referred to you being a man or a fishing enthusiast.
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