Wicker porch swing – Both functional and aesthetically pleasing, a swing wicker lends an element of charm to your home. Because of its location outside a wicker swing it is constantly subjected to the elements. Many wicker porch swings are coated with a resin material that can help accommodate the changing of the seasons, making them much easier to care for.
Keeps your wicker porch swing looking its best, removing the cushions and spraying it with a garden hose. Allow to air dry before putting it back cushions to prevent mold problems later. This works well if your porch swing has become somewhat dusty or dirty. Remove light marks with a clean, damp cloth. If you do not have time to get the hose, you can simply wipe with a cloth to remove loose dirt and dust.
From time to time your wicker porch swing needs a good cleaning. Use your vacuum brush to remove dirt and dust before washing the swing with soapy water and a clean cloth or sponge. Use a mild dish or laundry soap to water detergent. A small brush such as a toothbrush can help you get into hard to reach areas where dirt can become trapped.