1st Remove any leaves stuck to the retro lawn chairs first. Rain is common in autumn and wet, the dry leaves easily be stuck to lawn chairs. 2nd Wash retro lawn chairs next. Take a bucket of soapy water and scrub the chairs as thoroughly as possible. This will clean out the leaves, dirt that remains on the chairs, after large pieces have been removed.
3rd Use a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to scrub all areas of the chair, which is still stained. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser works much better than a regular sponge because it penetrates into the grooves on the chair and can remove dirt or stains found without damaging the surface of the chair. 4th Use a bucket of equal amounts of bleach and water to further clean a white lawn chair, if it has not responded to scrub with soap and water, or the magic eraser. Be sure to wear gloves to protect your skin and rinse retro lawn chairs with clean water when finished.
Tips & Warnings to clean retro lawn chairs: To prevent leaf spots, cover your lawn chairs with protective covers when not in use. You might also want to consider moving your lawn chairs indoors during a fall storm to avoid intense stains from wet leaves.