Patio Chairs Clearance
Patio chairs clearance sometimes becomes complicated thing to do. The furniture that used for patio always comes up with several different materials. The difficulties are to clean up the furniture especially the chairs, as we know that sometimes some chairs are made with different kinds of materials. I mean that even a single chair has different materials to build itself. There are several different kinds of clearances based on the materials.
Iron and Metal Chairs
For this kind of material you need to use warm water to do the clearance, since most of the dirt in the chair will be hard to remove. Warm water will help to soften the dirt and dirty stuffs. You need to mix up detergent with the warm water. Use a scrub to scrub up the surface of the chair and then let it dry. Next step you need to use wire brush or sandpaper to remove all the rusted part. When you finish, you clean up the surface with clean cloth to remove the remaining rusted materials. Spray the chair using anti-rust spray and let it dry first. After that you can repaint the metal using metal pain to renewing the looks of the chair.
Oxidation becomes the ultimate problem for a chair made from these materials. There are 3 kinds of ways to clean up and remove the oxidation from the chair. The first way is by rubbing the surface of the chair using 50/50 mixture of water and vinegar, this way you will be able to remove light oxidation. The second is by rubbing the surface with polishing compound to make the oxidation abrade. The next patio chairs clearance to remove the oxidation is by using detergent using very fine steel wool. For all optional clearance process you have to end it with rinse off the surface with garden hose and let the chair dry.
Plastic and Resin Chairs
The next is for patio that made out from plastics and resin. Just like steel chairs, you need warm water to make your job easier, take a sponge and dip it into the water. You need baking soda to do this clearance job by sprinkle it to the sponge. This baking soda will act as mild abrasive for the materials. The next step is to scrub all parts of the plastic or resin chair using the sponge. After you finish, rinse the surface of the furniture with garden hose then you let it dry to finish your patio chairs clearance activity.