How to Care for Your Garden Furniture
We make sure that our garden furniture is of the highest quality, however we still recommend regular cleaning and maintenance to ensure the quality stays for years to come.
We recommend wiping clean regularly with microfiber cloth dampened with cold water and drying with a clean absorbent cloth. Soak up spillages as soon as possible with an absorbent dry cloth to prevent any staining. If soiling has accumulated use a mild proprietary cleaner (non-alkaline). Take care to remove all soap residues and dry with a clean absorbent cloth.
- Do not steam clean- heat seals in stains
- Do not use bleach
- Do not tumble dry
- Do not dry clean
- Do not fully immerse in water
- Do not apply solvents, alcohol or any other chemical cleaners
- Note dyes and pigments from indigo jeans, ball point and felt tip pens may permanently stain
- We do not recommend leaving cushions out overnight especially in harsh weather conditions
When cleaning the powder coated furniture, use a mild liquid detergent mixed with warm water. Use lint free cloths to clean the surface of the furniture; rinse the surfaces with cold water to ensure the powder-coated finish doesn’t get damaged. Allow the furniture to dry before putting the cushions back on.
Any timber will need treating once a year with teak oil in order to prevent cracking from sunlight. This is a standard procedure for any wooden garden furniture due to the amount of time left exposed in the sunlight. Teak oil has many benefits: it restores the original appearance of your wooden garden furniture, it prolongs the life of wood and it prevents your furniture from cracking. You can pick up a bottle of teak oil from all major DIY retailers- note you can use the previously mentioned lint free cloth for applying teak oil, too!