One of the biggest questions we get from customers is, “How do we clean our poly furniture”? This is especially true if you have the white poly wood. A standard cleaning involves using a sponge or rag and some simple dish soap. You can also use a pressure washer on a low setting and be careful not to get too close or you could fray the material. For stains and harder to clean pieces I have a few products that I have found to be the best over the years:
1. Magic Erasers
2. Simple Green or Mean green for the green/black biological growth like algae etc
4. Bleach (WHITE ONLY!)
5. Finch makes an organic cleaner
My preferred method is to use one of these sprays, wait a few minutes, and then scrub down with the magic eraser. Afterwards, I wash off the residue and the chairs look great!
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We often get asked by our customers, “Do you prefer wooden sheds or vinyl sheds?”. In the past cheaper t1-11 lumber was used but now our wooden sheds are equipped with SmartSiding, a durable material with wax that is more water resistant than wooden sheds of the past. Vinyl is currently more expensive, but many customers prefer to match their house siding as closely as possible in both color and material for their shed. Another consideration is that if you are mowing grass near your shed or weed whacking a small object or stone could hit the shed. With some quick touch up paint you can quickly fix a chip in a wooden shed. If something goes through the vinyl shed, you have a bit of a harder fix! Either way, our Amish built sheds are high quality and built to last decades.
Wishing wells, windmills, lighthouses: available in multiple sizes and colors. Plenty in stock to pickup or 1-2 months on custom orders. High Quality Amish Craftsmanship.
New pet items! Food storage bin with pullout feeder, wrought iron feeders, poly feeders in single/triple and purple/pink!
Check out our new ABC Bookshelves