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plastic/resin lawn furniture

Posted by clou13 z7TN (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 1, 07 at 13:04

I figured someone here would have some thoughts about this I have some plastic/resin chairs bought several years back,still serviceable but are terriably stained. originally white now dirt and grime are ground in. I dont really want to toss.Anyone have any good cleaning suggestions?? thanks didnt really know where else to post

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RE: plastic/resin lawn furniture

The easiest thing to do is to repaint them with one of the new "for plastics" spray paints. I have used FUSION and I noticed that Lowe's/Home Depot are now carrying another brand that comes in tons of different colors.

I'd just scrub off the dirt and repaint to cover the stains. The Fusion that I used on some chairs a couple of years ago has held up well.

RE: plastic/resin lawn furniture

Try Mr. Clean Magic Eraser found in the cleaner section of your grocery store. It is amazing what these little sponges can remove!


RE: plastic/resin lawn furniture

Another vote for the Magic Eraser. Those things are wonderful!

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