Outdoor papasan chair – Homeowners decorate porches, patios, sitting room or bedroom with papasan chairs, also called bowl chairs. Traditionally, created by rattan with hallmark Easter large, circular seating that is supported by a center frame; outdoor papasan chair offers relaxed comfort. Decorators add cushions to create a comfortable place to sit.
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Remove the cushion from the chair. Remove the lid pad and follow the pillow cleaning instructions. Some pillows require the services of a dry cleaner, while others can be machine washed. Equip a vacuum with an upholstery brush and vacuum cane, starting at the top of cup-shaped seat working down to the base of the frame. Brush the stubborn dust and dirt out of the cracks with an old toothbrush. If dust and dirt left behind, sharpen a wooden towel with a utility knife to create a point. Drape a cloth over the point. Hold the cloth in place and carefully pick the dust and dirt out of the recesses.
You can also mix an oil-based wood-cleaning soap with water as wooden soap. Immerse a cloth in the cleaning solution and wring out as much excess water and soap as possible. Soak a second cloth with water; wring out as much moisture as possible. Wipe the wicker with soapy damp cloth, concentrate on the stuck-on dirt or stains. Dip a toothbrush into the soapy water and shake off excess water wash. Brush sticky spots out of the cracks. Immediately rub the cracks with a water-moistened toothbrush and dry cane with a cloth. Aim a fan on wicker outdoor papasan chair to accelerate the drying process.