If you want to remove pollen from balcony and garden furniture, you should know how. Because not every approach is effective.

Before you start cleaning, it is advisable to remove pollen dry. A simple way to do this is to vacuum with a handheld vacuum cleaner or a brush nozzle. Do this thoroughly and vacuum the pollen from all surfaces of your balcony and garden furniture.

Another option is to dust with a dry cloth or a soft brush. Work your way systematically and remove the yellow, sticky dirt from all corners and cracks of the furniture. Make sure that the cloth or brush is clean so as not to cause new dirt or streaks.

After dry cleaning, you can wipe the pollen dust off the furniture with a light jet of water or a damp cloth to remove any remaining residue.

For a more thorough cleaning, you can use mild detergents to remove pollen from your balcony and garden furniture. To do this, mix some mild dishwashing liquid or all-purpose cleaner with water in a bucket. The water should be cold because pollen is made of proteins. If the water is warm, the protein would coagulate, making it difficult to remove stains.

Dip a clean cloth or sponge into the cleaning solution and wring well to remove excess water. Then wipe the furniture thoroughly to loosen pollen and remove dirt.

After cleaning the furniture, rinse it with clean water to remove any remaining cleaning product. Avoid using too much water to avoid damage to wooden or metal furniture.

Finally, dry the furniture thoroughly to avoid water stains and make sure it is completely dry before using it again.