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Take your cover outside and lay it on a sheet or some kind of protection. Get a bucket of hot soapy water and a soft brush and scrub away. The material is durable and it wont come to any harm. I have done mine and it will come up like brand new.

Stand it on it's end to dry and you are finished. All these cleaners leave stains and ring marks.
 

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Take your cover outside and lay it on a sheet or some kind of protection. Get a bucket of hot soapy water and a soft brush and scrub away. The material is durable and it wont come to any harm. I have done mine and it will come up like brand new.

Stand it on it's end to dry and you are finished. All these cleaners leave stains and ring marks.
Dont forget to rinse the soap off with a hose pipe.
 

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This is interesting, I'll try this in the summer as mine has got a bit grubby and looks worst where it's had rain drops cleaning away small patches of dirt.

What soap would you reccomend? Something like upholstery cleaner? Washing powder or washing up liquid type detergent? I'd feel safer knowing what isn't going to remove the glue that holds the fabric to the plastic body....

Thanks,

Dan
 
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