Restoring Wicker Outdoor Wicker Patio Furniture

Oct 4th

Outdoor wicker patio furniture – Wicker furniture is one of the most widely used outdoor decoration styles. It is pleasing to the eye and can be very convenient. Unfortunately, it can also be very dirty and worn. Keep clean wicker furniture should be a part of outdoor maintenance routine. Following bring these instructions help bring your wicker furniture outdoor life.

Modern Outdoor Wicker Patio Furniture
Modern Outdoor Wicker Patio Furniture

Restoration outdoor wicker patio furniture, Remove all the cushions on the wicker chairs and sofas. Using a garden hose, wash the tops of all the pieces. Turn the pieces and wash its bottom. Remove as much paint as possible. Check the entire piece with a brush. Using a toothbrush, rubbing the reeds cane that is exceptionally dirty. Do this on both the upper and lower parts of the furniture. Hose for each piece again. Check each item for signs of mold. If anyone is apparent, spray a bleach formula and water and scrub with a toothbrush. Again, for each piece hose thoroughly. Let dry for 24 hours. When all the parts are dry, check for broken reeds. Using wood glue, paste all the broken pieces back into place and let it dry.

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Place a painter’s drop cloth on the floor and place each piece of wicker on it. Spray paint primer on top of each piece. Once dry, turn each piece over and spray paint primer underneath. Let dry. Using the desired color of paint, spray paint each piece of outdoor wicker patio furniture, top and bottom. Let dry for at least 24 hours. If necessary, repeat by spraying a second layer of light painting. Finally, using a transparent sealant, paint sprays each piece. Let dry for 24 hours before replacing the shock absorbents for use.