With the continuous promotion of the simple lifestyle and the development of the commercial leisure industry, patio umbrellas have been widely used in our lives. Beautiful shapes, effective sun-shading effects, and cheap outdoor commercial advertising uses are more beneficial to him. Continue to promote. After a long period of wind, sun and rain, parasols must be cleaned in order to maintain their beauty. Let’s learn how to clean parasols together.
Because the fabric of the parasol is relatively fine and contains some fine particles, the best way to wash it is to rinse with water, not with a brush. If it is not necessary, do not clean the umbrella. If you must clean it, it is best to wash the umbrella surface with clean water. Try not to get water on the umbrella stand to avoid rusting of the umbrella stand.
The best way is not to buy light-colored umbrellas, so that you don't have to take a lot of effort, and dark-colored umbrellas have better UV protection than light-colored umbrellas!
Make a cleaning solution for parasols. The cleaning solution only needs white vinegar and detergent. It should be noted that detergents that do not contain alkali must be selected. Prepare a disposable paper cup again. After the materials are prepared, the work will begin immediately. First of all, the detergent is on the stage. Pour the detergent into the disposable paper cup. The detergent only needs to reach the bottom of the paper cup. Next is white vinegar. Pour half a cup of white vinegar into the cup. Remember that it is half a cup, and the remaining half needs to be filled with warm water of about 40 degrees. Pour warm water of about 40 degrees into the cup. The warm water serves the white vinegar and detergent. With warm water, they can be fully integrated and the power can be stronger. After preparing the detergent, we can use a brush dipped in detergent to brush the parasol.
I would also like to remind everyone that when brushing, you must brush vertically along the umbrella stand, and the direction must be consistent. You can't brush vertically and horizontally for a while. That would destroy the sun protection layer of the parasol. In addition, we choose detergents that do not contain alkali, because such detergents can not only wash off the stains on the umbrella, but also will not damage the sun protection layer of the umbrella. White vinegar can keep the fabric of such an umbrella with its original luster, and with the addition of 40 degrees warm water that blends detergent and white vinegar, the effect of decontamination is even more impressive. After washing the surface of the umbrella, we have to wash it with clean water.