How to Remove Mold & Mildew from Outdoor Sling Chairs

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Some people like to use bleach or other harsh chemicals to clean mold and mildew off their outdoor sling chairs, but this isn’t always a good idea. Before you begin cleaning your outdoor sling fabric, you may want to consider the type of thread in the stitching. If it isn’t a Lifetime Thread, using bleach could seriously weaken the stitching or cause degradation to the stitching (or even the fabric itself in some cases), potentially taking away a year of its life. Seeing as most people can’t be sure what type of thread was used to make their sling chairs, it’s a much better idea to use a fabric- and thread-safe cleaner. We’ll explain our choice below.

Here at Sailrite, we’re proud to carry a number of reliable Iosso products. We’ve chosen to use Iosso Mold & Mildew Stain Remover in the video to clean the mold off our outdoor sling chairs. This biodegradable, non-toxic powder cleaner is completely safe for your outdoor sling fabrics — it does not contain bleach or chlorine, making it safe on colors and threads. You also won’t have to worry if you get some on your skin or your plants! This product can safely clean almost any fabric and even solid surfaces. It works wonders for cleaning dirt, oil and algae stains off of vinyl, plastic, canvas, sailcloth, carpeting and more.

Check out the short video below for a step-by-step guide on how to use this Iosso cleaner to easily remove mold and mildew from your outdoor sling chair fabric. And if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to our expert customer service team via phone, email or the chat function on our website.