Outdoor Furnishings Maintenance 

· To help lengthen the furniture’s life during rough weather, and when they are not in use, cover the items.

· The best outdoor cover will allow for ventilation and will not hold in moisture. Covers are not usually included with the purchase of outdoor furniture. 

· The maintenance of outdoor furniture varies according to the raw material.

· If the items include Sunbrella covers, they can be easily cleaned with soap and water and are fade-resistant. 

 

Maintenance for your Outdoor Cushion Coverings 

· Wrinkles may form in the covering while shipping, to release these, iron the fabric on the lowest heat setting. 

· Made from highly durable Olefin, dry cleaning is ill-advised. Instead, machine wash on the gentle cycle and then on low heat tumble dry, for any visible stains, spot clean by hand. 

· Store the items when the furniture is not in use or when rough weather approaches to help lengthen the cover’s life. 

Maintenance for your Concrete Furniture 

· Concrete Furniture will have natural characteristics. Examples of these characteristics are small open pores and slight splits on the surface. 

· To dust, use a dry, soft cloth. Do not use ammonia-based cleaners or furniture polish on the items. 

· Keep away from direct sunlight and heat. 

· To help lengthen the furniture’s life if outdoors, during rough weather, or when not in use, cover, or store the item. 

· Avoid using sharp objects on the surface of the item. To protect the top, use coasters when placing something hot or wet on the surface. 

· When a spill occurs, wipe off straight away with a soft, dry cloth.

· Never drag the furniture; always lift and carry when moving.

Maintenance for Reclaimed Furniture  

 

· Reclaimed Furniture will have natural characteristics. Examples of these characteristics are small knots and slight cracks. The wood will change based on the temperature and humidity of the environment. 

· When dusting, use a dry clean cloth and dust in the direction of the grain. 

· Do not use ammonia-based cleaners, furniture polish, or a cleaner with chemicals.

· When a spill occurs, wipe off straight away with a soft, dry cloth.

· To protect the surface, use coasters when placing something hot or wet on the top. 

· Avoid using sharp objects on the surface of the item.

· Avoid direct sunlight.

· Never drag the furniture; always lift and carry when moving.

Maintenance for Marble & Natural Stone  

· When a spill occurs, wipe off immediately with a soft, dry cloth. Even with a sealed stone, blotting the spills right away will lower the staining risk. 

· When dusting or spot-cleaning, use a slightly damp soft clean cloth. Once finished, wipe dry. 

· Do not use ammonia-based cleaners, furniture polish, or a cleaner with chemicals.

· To protect the surface, use coasters when placing something hot or wet on the item, as well as felt pads to block scratches. 

Maintenance for Bluestone Surfaces 

· When a spill occurs, wipe off immediately with a soft, dry cloth.

· When spot-cleaning, use a soft cloth with mild soap

· Do not use cleaning products that include acid, lemon, vinegar, or ammonia. These ingredients could damage the stone. 

· Avoid using sharp objects on the surface of the item. To protect the top, use coasters when placing something hot or wet on the surface. 

· Please note that Bluestone is not scratch or heat-resistant and will scratch or stain without genuine care. 

 

Maintenance for Metal Surfaces 

· When a spill occurs, wipe off immediately with a soft, dry cloth.

· When dusting, use a slightly damp soft clean cloth. Once finished, wipe dry. 

· Do not use cleaning products that include acid, lemon, vinegar, or ammonia. These ingredients could damage the metal. 

· Avoid using sharp objects on the surface of the item. To protect the top, use coasters when placing something hot or wet on the surface. 

· Please note that the metal is not scratch or heat-resistant and will scratch or stain without genuine care. 

Maintenance for Leather Upholstery

· Use a clean, dry cloth to buff.

· Do not use leather cleaners or oils on the leather and stay away from ammonia or other cleaning products with harsh chemicals. 

· When a spill occurs, wipe off immediately with a soft, damp cloth.

· Keep away from direct sunlight.

· Steer clear of sharp objects.

· If cleaning is needed, call a leather professional.