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How to clean plastic outdoor toys?

A family member is giving us a hand me down outside climber (shaped like a giant castle, like 6ft x 6ft).  They keep their outside toys in this mud patch (fun for the kids, messy for Mom).  Last year they gave us a roller coaster toy and I still can't get it clean.  I've tried everything (we don't have a pressure washer).

Any suggestions?

We LOVE the free toys, but they are filthy looking and very visible in our tiny patch out outdoor space (picture townhouse like).  I don't mind the "used" or "faded" look, it's the dirt that's killin' me:)

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Re: How to clean plastic outdoor toys?

  • You can rent power washers at home depot
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  • I agree with renting a power washer and some good soap. My parents had a plastic set that they got for free from someone. A good wash and it looked really good (just a little faded).
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  • Magic Eraser works wonders on that stuff
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