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My garden cushions have gone green!

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AintNobodyHereButUsChickens Thu 26-Mar-20 10:00:01

How can I get it off? I usually give the cushions a good scrub and a wash sometime during autumn and then pop them all in the loft. But I just didn't get round to it last year, now all the cushions are really green and it won't come off with my usual scrubbing method. What can I do?

AintNobodyHereButUsChickens Thu 26-Mar-20 10:00:31

They're all like this sad

Oldraver Thu 26-Mar-20 10:01:20

Do you have a jet washer

AintNobodyHereButUsChickens Thu 26-Mar-20 10:28:06

No we don't.

AintNobodyHereButUsChickens Thu 26-Mar-20 15:17:00

Anyone? sad

MayFayner Thu 26-Mar-20 15:20:00

Take the covers off and put them in the washing machine?

RiseAgain Thu 26-Mar-20 15:26:49

They should be washable in the washing machine on a cold wash with a special detergent that protects the water-proof layer (not sure what it's called but we use it to wash our ski stuff as well)

CatBatCat Thu 26-Mar-20 16:14:01

Scrub it with some milton.

HappyHammy Thu 26-Mar-20 16:23:34

I yhink its algae.

HappyHammy Thu 26-Mar-20 16:26:23

Now I googled it looks like mildew

billy1966 Thu 26-Mar-20 17:04:41

Dettol mould and mildew would probably sort that out. Its in a green spray bottle.

AintNobodyHereButUsChickens Thu 26-Mar-20 17:17:51

The labels say not to wash them, although I've done them on a cool wash if they've got particularly muddy from the dog. However, the washer hasn't touched this green stuff/mildew. I also scrubbed with Milton and that's not done anything either sad maybe I'll have to soak them in the bath or something confused

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