While the condition of your furniture will likely be maintained with a quick brush or dust down during the summer months, a winter of withstanding difficult weather conditions might leave it in need of some proper care. In addition to treating and painting the wood, sometimes a good clean is all that’s required.
Start gently by washing your wooden garden furniture with warm soapy water. Strong chemicals can cause damage to the wood, so unless there are stubborn stains, keeping it simple can work wonders.
Keep away from the pressure washer. Though it’s tempting to blast the dirt away, the aggressive nature of the spray could damage the structure of the wood causing it to weaken and splinter much quicker.
If you do have any stubborn stains, a gentle sanding is a better choice than the pressure washer. If you do sand, make sure you treat the wood afterwards to restore the condition.
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