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    Best way to clean a tarp?

    I've been hanging in the back yard a good bit and wind up with bird poop and such on my tarp. Going to take a bucket with water and mild soap, scrub with a nylon brush and rinse. Is there a better way to do it?
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    Me personally just use the garden hose and a soft piece of cloth to rub off the poop. Always worked for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lazy river road View Post
    Me personally just use the garden hose and a soft piece of cloth to rub off the poop. Always worked for me.
    +1

    There isn't much that sticks to silnylon and pretty much everything falls right off with a little bit of water and scrubbing.

    Fronkey

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    I hose down after every trip, if there's any stubborn dirt or bird poo, I use a wet cloth and rub gently.

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