Learning how to clean a golf cart rain cover can make your overall golfing experience more enjoyable. Having a clean golf cart rain cover can keep your golf cart both clean and dry. Cleaning a golf cart rain cover is easy to do with a little time and patience. If you’re ready to clean your golf cart rain cover, than take a look at this list of items you’ll need to accomplish your task.
To clean your golf cart rain cover, you’ll need the following:
- Golf cart rain cover
- Appropriate area to lay-out cover
- Lay out your cover. To begin cleaning your golf cart rain cover, choose an appropriate location that is big enough to lay-out your whole rain cover. You should choose a place that will receive light and won’t be subjected to objects falling on your drying golf cart rain cover. After you’ve found your location, lay out your cart’s rain cover and use either bricks or stones to keep the rain cover from blowing away. Place at least one stone or brick in each of the four corners of your rain cover.
- Clean off your cover. After your cover is laid out and set snuggly in place, grab your hose and clean any debris off your rain cover. Work your way from the middle of your golf cart’s rain cover to the sides; this will ensure that you clean as much debris as possible off your rain cover.
- Dry and store. Once you’ve cleaned all the debris off your rain cover, give your cover appropriate time to dry. You can accomplish all of this on a warm day, so use this knowledge in your choice of an appropriate time to clean your golf cart rain cover. One your cover is clean and dry, neatly fold it back up and place it in storage.
If you’re not sure how to fold up your golf cart’s rain cover, use two people and start at one side and fold it over into the other side. Next, go to the opposite side that wasn’t folded and fold it in half this way. Continue to alternate between sides until your rain cover is small enough to easily store. If both sides of your rain cover are dirty, simply flip it over and clean the other side after you’ve done the top.
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