Remove A Stain From Black Wicker Patio Furniture
Black wicker patio furniture – Wicker furniture is made of tightly woven wood, usually rattan wood. This tree is flexible, once used as a cabinetmaker to create a tight weave that will hold the weight of people sitting on the furniture. Wicker furniture is a comfortable, eye-pleasing addition to your patio or indoor living space. When properly cared for, black wicker patio furniture lasts for a long time. Stains on the wicker furniture should be removed carefully but thoroughly. It is important to remove surface stain and spot any issues that have worked their way down the braided weave.
Wipe your black wicker patio furniture down with a clean, dry cloth to remove any wet or dry stain fabrics. Use a stiff-bristled scrub brush to remove stains from in between the woven wicker. Vacuum the surface of your wicker furniture by using a brush.
Your vacuum will extract dust and stains loosened by cleaning cloth and scrub brush. Vacuum the underside of black wicker patio furniture as well, since stains can be easily fed through the open weave from top to bottom. Use rubber gloves to protect your hands from the skin drying effects of ammonia.
Mix 2 tablespoons of ammonia with 1 gallon of warm water in a bucket, and then saturate a clean cloth with ammonia. Use ammonia solution and cloth to remove any remaining coloring agents, stain and stain pigment odors left by the original spots. Empty the bucket of cleaning ammonia solution and rinse the bucket with clean water. Fill your bucket with cold water and use the water to wash your wicker furniture. Dry your black wicker patio furniture, out of direct sunlight. Let the furniture dry thoroughly to prevent the formation of mildew.