Brush loose dust and debris from resin furniture with a stiff-bristled brush.
Spray with water from a garden hose. Use some pressure to remove as much dirt and debris as possible.
Put on rubber gloves to protect your skin. Paint straight bleach on the table and chairs with an old natural bristle brush.
Do this in a well-ventilated space outdoors.
Allow the bleach to set on resin furniture for about five minutes for light stains or longer for black spots and other deeply ingrained stains. A second bleach coating may be required.
Add dish detergent to a bucket of hot water and use a nylon scrubber to scrub down outdoor resin furniture pieces. Finish the cleaning process with a final rinse and allow to dry before use.
Things You Will Need
- Stiff-bristled brush
- Hose with spray nozzle
- Rubber gloves
- Dish detergent
- Nylon scrubber
- If the soapy water doesn't clean the furniture, try sprinkling some baking soda on the furniture and cleaning with a sponge.
- Check resin furniture each year for cracks or other signs of wear. Replace as needed.