Wicker swing chair – swing chairs with back and straw seats require careful cleaning to avoid damaging. Typically, straw swing chairs manufacturers make parts of them marsh grass or wicker core. Some manufacturers blend manufactured paper products in the seat straw back. Swing chairs accumulate dust and dirt, which can damage the material. Regular cleaning is needed to extend the life of the chair and keep it clean.
Wicker swing chair removing dust and dirt
Clean the wooden parts of the wicker swing chair with a microfiber cloth to remove dust and dirt from the surface. Place a product for wooden furniture cleaning cloth and wipe the wood surfaces with care not to touch the straw. If the wood is too dirty you can also mix a mild detergent teaspoon in a little water. Soak a cloth involution with detergent, wring it out until only a little damp and use it on the wood.
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Rub the back of the straw seat with a soft brush or stiff brush to loosen the dirt. Use brush teeth Old to loosen dirt from cracks and surfaces where a toothbrush cannot reach. Place the upside-down wicker swing chair and loosen the dirt from the underside of the seat. Use compressed air spray in hard to reach areas to blow the dirt.