What to Use to Clean Mold From Cloth Patio Furniture

On a hot summer’s day patio furniture can be a real godsend, an oasis of relaxation and bliss that is nothing short of heaven. Unfortunately, unsightly mold and mildew can be unwelcomed guests at the party. Left to their own devices, these growths will not only ruin a party, but your cloth patio furniture as well. When mold is present, you want to get rid of it as quickly as possible before it takes over the surface of your cushions and works its way into the padding below. Cleaning mold from cloth patio furniture isn’t as hard as it sounds. With the right cleaning materials you can make your patio cushions look like new again and kill off the mold. All you need is some water, soda, lime juice and rubber gloves. Yes, cleaning cushions of mold requires a trip to the grocery store, not the home improvement store. While the cleaning materials aren’t toxic, the mold can be, at least in terms of causing an allergic reaction. That’s why rubber gloves are so important, to protect your hands and palms and to keep mold spores from making their home elsewhere in your home.

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What to Use to Clean Mold From Cloth Patio Furniture