With the approach of summer gardens and terraces become the most popular parties and exploited our homes. To fully enjoy pleasant and welcoming spaces for ourselves and friends, it is essential that they are ordered, well organized and clean, starting from furniture and everything that is part of it. The garden furniture when they are not previously been kept indoors and protected in the winter months, require a deep and thorough cleaning that is able to bring them back to their original splendor, regardless of the material from which they are made. If you are looking for some “straight” to clean, here we provide you with helpful tips to ease the process of refurbishing the outdoor furniture, by which impress guests during the upcoming summer meals will be a breeze.

Most are easy to clean without a doubt the furniture in plastic or resin materials by their nature are not easy to wear. If the sofas, chairs, tables, chairs and sun loungers that dwell on your terrace or in your garden belong to this category, proceed as follows. After removing coarse dirt and encrusted (you can use a garden hose itself), equip yourself with a bucket of hot water in which you have dissolved a bit of detergent or bleach and a sponge big and strong (the kind that strives for cars), dip and pass on all surfaces to be cleaned; let stand for a while, then rinse with clean water (if you use the plastic tube) and, if necessary, repeat . Let dry in the sun and return your furniture to shine!


Some more care and precaution are necessary for garden furniture in wood, although they are made of hard wood, durable and specially treated to withstand external agents; here is how to proceed. Pour a little on the surface of mild neutral detergent specifically for mobile and rub vigorously, but without exerting too much pressure with the help of a brush, good for removing dirt, let stand, rinse with water and let dry in the sun. And advisable, once the case is perfectly dry, switch oil polish, perfect to nourish, hydrate and protect, through the creation of a protective film, a “live” material such as wood and natural.

Let us finally to garden furniture wicker and rattan , which should be washed and scrubbed with a brush dipped in hot water and laundry soap, drying must be done in the open air, but not in direct sunlight conclude with Textile: the covers for outdoor use are generally machine washable, as an alternative, especially if made ​​of delicate fabrics, can be soaked in cold or lukewarm water with a pinch of dissolved detergent and let it dry like any other garment fabric.