The seasonal aisles at the local home and garden stores are now fully stocked with BBQs, patio furniture, and oh-so-fabulous backyard lounge chairs. As the sun is finally coming, we are dreaming of backyard get-togethers and sharing a few simple, budget-friendly tips and tricks to help you make your patio furniture look new again.
Getting your Backyard Ready for the Summer On a Budget
- Deep Clean. Before you think about tossing old stained furniture cushions, give them a clean. Mix OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover with water and let the cushion covers soak for 1 to 6 hours, depending on the severity of the stain. Wash as normal, and your cushions should come out stain-free and look brand new.
- Get rid of the weeds. Watering your weeds makes it easier to pull them out. If it hasn’t rained in a few days, water your weeds before yanking them. If the soil is moist, you are also less likely to disturb any plants nearby.
- Scrub your patio furniture. Mix OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover with water (following the instructions on the package) and apply the solution to your patio furniture. Let stand for a few minutes and scrub as needed. It will leave everything looking neat and clean again.
- Find Design Inspiration. Head to Pinterest for some design inspiration. Consider moving planters and patio furniture to different spots within your space to give it a fantastic new look and feel.
- Soothe any sore muscles: You just created a summer oasis in your backyard, but now your muscles are all achy from all the cleaning and moving of furniture. Easy! Rub and soothe your sore muscles with Rub A535 Extra Strength Heating Cream. The best thing about this product is that it works fast and is non-greasy so you can put it on right before yo go to bed, and it won’t stain your sheets.
Have you started prepping your backyard for the summer months? Share your favourite budget-friendly tips for getting your outdoor space, garden party ready.
Disclosure: This is a partnered post with Oxi Clean and RUB-A535. However, all opinions and views on this post are 100% my own.