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You should  be able to get the powder off the lawn chairs by washing them down with a strong solution of cleanser, rinse by hosing them down and set in the sun to dry.. 

In a disordered mind, as in a disordered body, soundness of health is impossible. ~Cicero

Cast aluminum outdoor furniture are so nice because they do not rust and they can easily be cleaned by using soap and water only.

Furniture manufacturing in plastics requires very costly machinery, which the Danish market is not big enough to justify. Or so they say. But show me a plastics manufacturer who dares to take on the experiment. - Arne Jacobsen
Instead of doing the clean and rinse by powder, prefer to hire the furniture repair experts , otherwise chemical reaction leads to complication of furniture due to which it will lose shine.

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