How to keep your outdoor plastics shiny clean in rains

With several months of dirt battering down on your outdoor furniture, now with the rains lining up for another round of onslaught – it just keep coming without any signs of letting up. All your outdoor furniture is under the threat of being battered down with mud and grit and if you let the rains keep at it, by the time monsoon has ended there will not be much left of your furniture to use.

What about factory made protection?

Masterbatches Manufacturer have thought of this problem and manufactured appropriate master batches to prevent damage to your outdoor plastic products but there is a limit to how much protection masterbatch can offer. Sooner or later the effect is going to wear off and you will need to get down on your knees and take care of your plastics. Here is how to get cleaning.

Use a vacuum cleaner for those tight spots

All furniture has got tight spots. There are going to be corners and crevices which you can’t reach. Get your vacuum cleaner and pick out every tiny little bit of food from tight corners. That one you may need a thin pick to dislodge stubborn pieces from hard spots.

Get a cheap blower

Just as the vacuum sucks air out, there are blowers that will do just the opposite and blow away anything that’s on a plain surface. This is best for dust and debris that accumulates on the surface of your harden table and chairs. You can always dust things away with a cloth, but nothing beats the blower when it comes to getting things off in a jiffy.

Get some cheap wax

Car polishing wax is always great to get a shine going in your garden furniture.  But before you do that find out if the furniture can handle an external coating of wax because there are certain types that cannot handle wax because the Masterbatch manufacturers in India who supplied used a product that doesn’t suit waxes. In that case, you will need to use a safer alternative.

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