To clean the polywood table surface, all you should need is soap and warm water. However, for a deeper clean, you can use a solution that’s one-third bleach and two-thirds water. Use a brush with soft bristles to reach any tight spaces and a soft cloth for cleaning the overall piece of furniture.
To clean the powder coated leg frame of this outdoor coffee table, simply wash the surface with soapy water. For more stubborn or greasy marks, you can add a mild household acid such as vinegar or lemon juice. Stay away from any ammonia, TSP or soda-based products as this can encourage oxidation on the surface. From time to time and before you store your coffee table away for winter, it’s a good idea to use your garden hose to give the aluminium a good rinse. If you do this, avoid using a pressure washer or a strong setting on a garden hose nozzle as such a strong and focused stream of water could damage the furniture’s finish. A normal garden hose will do just the trick.
To move the coffee table we recommend you pick it up, rather than drag it into position. This will protect your garden patio or decking as well as protecting the feet of the table and keep it looking as good as new for longer.