3 Ways To Clean Your Poly Furniture
The elements of winter can leave your poly furniture looking dirty but with a few easy steps, you can have your furniture set looking good as new and ready for outdoor enjoyment.
1. Use dish soap and warm water for basic spills
2. Use 1/3 bleach and 2/3 water solution for tougher stains
3. Use a pressure washer for a quick washing
With these quick and easy steps, you should have your poly furniture looking as good as new and ready for hours of outdoor enjoyment!
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