How To: Clean (Really Dirty) Outdoor Furniture

How To: Clean (Really Dirty) Outdoor Furniture

Sarah Coffey
May 23, 2008

If you left your patio set out all winter and you're now trying to scrub off the grime that collected under layers of winter snow, this post is for you. We did a little research on how to get rid of tough stains that won't come off with normal washing...

According to the super-helpful website, How To Clean Anything, a product called Bio-Wash does the best job on dirty outdoor furniture. Although it seems like something that cuts through months of outdoor grime would be especially toxic, according to Bio-Wash's website, their products are water-based, free of solvents, and environmentally friendly. Bio-Wash Simple Wash cleaner is available through Environmental Home Center for $11.99/gallon. We've never used Bio-Wash, and we're wondering if it really works as well as we've heard. Any first-hand reviews?

For more tips on cleaning outdoor furniture, see this post.

Photo: Bontempi Casa.

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