How to Clean Your Outdoor Furniture Cushions - Chic California

How to Clean Your Outdoor Furniture Cushions - Chic California

How To Easily Remove Mildew Stains from Outdoor Cushions

How To Easily Remove Mildew Stains from Outdoor Cushions

How to clean outdoor cushions tutorial.  1.5 tsp. dishwashing detergent soap and 1.5 tsp. Borax in 1 quart warm water.  I put my solution in an old, empty dish soap bottle.  4men1lady.com

How to clean outdoor cushions tutorial. 1.5 tsp. dishwashing detergent soap and 1.5 tsp. Borax in 1 quart warm water. I put my solution in an old, empty dish soap bottle. 4men1lady.com

DIY outdoor furniture cushion cleaning solution: in a spray bottle, fill 3/4 full, then add 1 tsp. of dishwashing liquid and 1 tsp. of borax. Fill spray bottle to the top, then shake to combine. For full how-to steps...click in!

DIY outdoor furniture cushion cleaning solution: in a spray bottle, fill 3/4 full, then add 1 tsp. of dishwashing liquid and 1 tsp. of borax. Fill spray bottle to the top, then shake to combine. For full how-to steps...click in!

Sew Easy Outdoor Cushion Covers {Oldie, but Goodie} | Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer

Sew Easy Outdoor Cushion Covers {Oldie, but Goodie} | Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer

Cleaning outdoor furniture! Done!!! Didn't have borax so I just used dish soap and water!

Cleaning outdoor furniture! Done!!! Didn't have borax so I just used dish soap and water!

How to Clean Your Outdoor Furniture Cushions - Chic California

How to Clean Your Outdoor Furniture Cushions - Chic California

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how to get rid of mildew on outdoor cushions

how to get rid of mildew on outdoor cushions

Outdoor furniture cleaning solution: to 1 gallon of hot water, add: 1 cup Borax, ½ cup hydrogen peroxide, ¼ cup liquid dish soap (whatever you have on hand, but I like Dawn). Stir to dissolve Borax, then apply to furniture & cushions with a brush or scrubby sponge (check fabric for colorfastness, but peroxide would usually have to stand on fabric for hours to have a bleaching effect, if any). Rinse & repeat, if necessary.

Outdoor furniture cleaning solution: to 1 gallon of hot water, add: 1 cup Borax, ½ cup hydrogen peroxide, ¼ cup liquid dish soap (whatever you have on hand, but I like Dawn). Stir to dissolve Borax, then apply to furniture & cushions with a brush or scrubby sponge (check fabric for colorfastness, but peroxide would usually have to stand on fabric for hours to have a bleaching effect, if any). Rinse & repeat, if necessary.

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