You will need
  • brush;
  • - mild detergent;
  • soap;
  • - baking soda;
  • - ammonia;
  • - vinegar essence;
  • - clean rags.
Remove stains from coat. When camping it is easy to stain rubber or a rubberized raincoat. First clean the cloak all the dust and dirt with a brush. Soak it for a bit (15-20 minutes) in warm water with baking soda (2 tablespoons of baking soda per 25 l of water). Clean the entire surface wet the coat with soap and brush. Rinse the coat first fresh soda solution (2 tablespoons of baking soda per 25 l of water) and then thoroughly in plain warm water to remove the soda. Refresh the color of the coat, dip it in acidified water (1 teaspoon of vinegar to 1 bucket of water). Drying use strong coat hangers. Turn out your pockets, empty them of water. Leave the cloak on a coat hanger to dry. Check for moisture in all parts of the rubber before you put it in storage.
Remove stains from children's rubber ball. Wash ball brush with soap and warm water. Clean stains on the ball brushed in soapy water with added ammonia solution (3 teaspoons of ammonia to 5 litres of water). Rinse the ball with clean water and dry with a clean cloth. Clean the other rubber toys, using these funds. Carefully rinse them with water after treatment.
Wash spots with a rubber Mat. Brush off dry dirt on the paper. Dissolve in a basin of soapy water and ammonia (3 teaspoons of ammonia to 5 litres of water). Flip the rug and lay it for 20 minutes in the solution. Flip the Mat and brush to thoroughly scour the entire surface. Rinse the Mat with clean water.
Wash spots with a rubber inflatable boat. Sweep up the sand and grass. Wash the boat and flip it to the inside of the glass all the water. Wash the stains from the oil brush with soap or mild detergent. Check the rubber under spotmi damage.