Desser Paris conservatory furniture

How To Clean Natural Rattan And Cane Conservatory Furniture

Prolong the life of your rattan conservatory furniture with a regular clean

Desser Paris set (pictured above)

Regular cleaning of your rattan or cane conservatory or garden room furniture will prolong its’ life and reduce the need for more drastic remediation work.

Vacuum every week with the soft brush attachment of your cleaner.

Once a month do a deeper clean, carried out after vacuuming the furniture.

  • Make up a solution of washing-up liquid and tepid water.
  • Stir vigorously to make a lot of suds.
  • Dip a soft clean cloth in the suds.
  • Gently wipe the furniture without getting it too wet.
  • You may have to use a toothbrush to get in-between the weave.
  • Dry off with a soft cloth.

Allow the furniture to dry before using again; if possible place in the sun to speed up the drying process.

Don’t wash the furniture down on a cool still day as the longer it takes to dry out the more chance there is of the furniture going mouldy.

To read an in-depth article on cane furniture just click the link: 'Cane Furniture'.

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Angela Slater
Daughter of a farmer so always used to producing something from the earth, whether it was animals or garden produce. Along with my work at Hayes Garden World I also have a smallholding, mainly breeding rare breed pigs. I also keep a few hens and grow vegetables for my own personal use. I gained a BSc in Conservation and Environmental Land Management. As a result of this I have a keen interest in environmentally friendly gardening.