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Bimini Cleaning


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My black bimini has some water spot staining and I'd like to clean during the off season. What is the best way to wash / clean the bimini fabric? I'm not sure if it is too big for my front loading washer or if I should take to a laundry-mat. Is there anything I need to treat the bimini with after washing it? Any help is appreciated.

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Last fall my wife washed our black bimini in the washing machine (top load) using cold water and the gentle cycle. I believe she used Woolite for detergent. She hung the bimini out to dry and it looked brand new after the process of washing / drying. Pay close attention when removing the bimini from its framework. When I reassembled our top I got the front bar that engages the tower in upside down. It won't work that way :blush: . No big deal, but an issue that could have been avoided if I paid closer attention when taking the bimini apart.

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Good point Murphy on bimini framework, however, too late for me to benefit from your experience. I've already taken everything apart. I'll have to post again if I have difficulty re-assembling.

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