Cleaning your chase lounge
When you live in Florida you are out in the sun quite a bit of the time. Denise from Tampa Florida contacted me with a problem that all too many people have in warm weather climates. “My white plastic chase lounge chairs WILL NOT COME CLEAN. Can CLR Outdoor Furniture Cleaner really get them white again? And what would be the best way to use your product?”
Denise, CLR Outdoor Furniture Cleaner is specially formulated for outdoor cleaning on a wide variety of materials. You can clean all of your plastic, rattan, wicker, wood, wrought iron, vinyl, PVC and canvas furniture. CLR Outdoor Furniture Cleaner is safe on white and colored plastic including furniture and sporting or play equipment and contains UV protectants to keep furniture from fading and discoloration. It will clean the full range of outdoor furniture surfaces from cushions to framework – even strapping – without harming surrounding lawn, shrubs, flowers or pets. CLR Outdoor Furniture Cleaner cuts through outdoor dirt, grime, bird droppings, grease and food spills.
To use the Cleaner, spray the material and use a clean, damp cloth to remove outdoor dirt and grime as well as stains. For difficult stains, spray the stain and use a clean, soft brush. After cleaning, wash off the furniture with your hose. As a reminder, before you clean anything, always test the cleaner on a small hidden area of the item and wear household rubber gloves.
Checking out the competition
We have never been afraid of a little competition. Laura from Bethlehem Connecticut contacted us after her husband decided to test one of our competitive products. “Our household has been using CLR Calcium, Lime & Rust Remover, happily for years. My husband came home a couple weeks ago with a new product he saw advertised. It wasn’t that he wasn't satisfied with the cleaning CLR was doing, but he wanted our cleaning woman to try this new product. Three weeks later the once used product is in the recycling bin. It didn’t even come close to doing the cleaning that your product does!! We are back to using CLR and will NOT be trying any other new products. When we first hired this cleaning service they hadn’t used CLR before, now it’s all the company uses. Thanks for such a great product.”
We are happy to hear that you preferred CLR, Laura. As you found out CLR is a great way to clean away calcium and lime deposits as well as scale from cement, porcelain, chrome, glassware, fiberglass, stainless steel and grout. To use CLR, mix equal amounts of CLR and warm water. While wearing household rubber gloves, apply directly to the calcium, lime or rust stain with a brush, cloth or sponge and rinse promptly with cold, clean water. If the stain does not disappear, use CLR full strength and then wipe and rinse promptly with cold, clean water.