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Although Sunbrella fabric does not support the growth of mold, it can be dirt and mold on other materials if it can not be removed from the sand.
Mix 1 cup of bleach, 1/4 cup of mild soap and 1 gallon of water.
Place the stained area for 15 minutes in the mix.
With a sponge, clean the towel or gently rub the area with a very soft brush.
Rinse thoroughly to remove residue.
Allow your fabric to dry.
* If the stain and / or mildew are severe, the amount of bleach can be increased. See Sunbrella Stain table to remove specific stains.
When using a bleach mixture around the sunbrella fabric, be careful to protect the area. It can dye bleach, non-Sunbrella fabrics. Also, thoroughly wash your Sunbrella fabrics to get rid of all the bleach and soap residues. In addition, Sunbrella fabrics do not need to dry quickly due to their drying. If you have wrinkles, use an iron with a "synthetic fabric" heat setting. Otherwise, it is recommended that you do not use a steaming steam iron or iron in your awnings.
Spot Cleaning Outdoor Sunbrella Fabric
Using a spray bottle, lightly cloud your fabric with the cleaning solution.
Brush the stained area slightly with a sponge or a very soft brush.
Make sure you rinse the entire area to get any residues.
Extreme nemesis, remove the area with a soft, clean towel or sponge.
If necessary, repeat steps one to four until the stain is completely removed.
Heavy Cleaning Outdoor Sunbrella Fabric
Sunbrella fabric does not encourage mold growth, but mold can form on dirt and other foreign matter that can not be removed from the soil. To remove mold or other stubborn stains:
8 ounces of bleach, 2 grams of heavy soap and 1 gallon of water.
Spray the entire fabric and allow the mixture to warm up properly.
Use a soft brush, sponge, or clean towel to gently scrub the area.
Then, make sure you thoroughly rinse the area to clean the remains.
Dry your fabric with air.
If the stain and / or mold is severe, the amount of bleach can be increased. See Sunbrella Stain table to remove specific stains.
Professional cleaning agents
If you choose to use a professional cleaner for your Sunbrella fabric, ask about the experience of cleaning and reworking Sunbrella fabrics. In most cases, you should not dry your Sunbrella fabrics.
Remove dirt by gently brushing the material.
Mix 2 grams of soft soap and 1 gallon of warm water.
Brush it gently with a sponge or a soft brush to clean your fabric.
Put your fabric into the mix.
Be sure to stop your fabric entirely to get an