DIY abrasive cream to remove stains from tables, plastic chairs

Every year with the arrival of summer, terraces, balconies and gardens are enriched with furniture such as small tables, chairs, etc… but over time, especially if the choice falls on white ones, they start to blacken for disparate reasons. When this happens, how to fix the problem and give them a good look again? Do-it-yourself remedies can clean the plastic and thus restore the furniture component to its original appearance. Let’s look at the details.

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DIY abrasive cream to remove stains from tables, plastic chairs

  • Baking soda paste: The first solution is to take a bowl and put two tablespoons of baking soda inside, add water slowly until you have created a thick cream. Apply it to the blackened area and then scrub vigorously using an old toothbrush. Then, let it sit for an hour or so. After the time has elapsed, rinse and see what a great result!
  • Lemon: Squeeze the juice of half a lemon and in a bottle add it to a liter of water. Also, add to the mixture a teaspoon of dish soap. Stir and then using a dish sponge, apply it to the blackened areas, they will be as good as new.
  • Marseille soap: In a bucket put one liter of warm water and add two tablespoons of Marseille soap flakes. Then, take a small sponge, dip it in the bucket and below rub the blackened parts, which will quickly return to their original splendor.
  • Vinegar: The procedure is identical to that of Marseille soap, only that instead of the flakes, you have to put half a glass of vinegar and then proceed to clean the affected surface.
  • Citric acid: In this case, it will be sufficient to mix a liter of water with 150 g of citric acid, after that, decant it into a sprayer, and then proceed with the cleaning of chairs, tables, etc…
  • Hydrogen peroxide: In a liter of water, pour 3 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide, half a tablespoon of liquid dish soap, and 2 tablespoons of baking soda. Take a cloth, dip it in the solution and then wipe the black off your furniture.

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