For scratches, put a paint touch-up pen to good use. If your aluminum just needs a general good cleaning, wash with a mild solution of soap and water. Then rinse with clean water and dry with a soft towel.
A natural favorite, all wood furniture benefits from an annual cleaning with mild soapy water and a soft-bristled brush. This combination should take care of any dirt buildup. However, for tough stains and mildew, use a solution of one part bleach to two parts water and rinse thoroughly with clean water afterward.
Woods with a painted finish will wear and fade with exposure to the elements. As the finish flakes off, the natural wood develops a gray patina. The weathering process varies depending on the climate, exposure, and commitment to care and maintenance. To protect your furniture and minimize aging, we strongly recommend using outdoor covers.
Got a spill or stain? Strip the cover off (and avoid getting the cushion soaked), and just use water and a soft bristled brush. If you need to clean the cushion itself, a mild solution of soap and water should do the trick; let it air dry. And although regular wear-and-tear happens, you can at least make sure the look is even and consistent (patches of worn-out fabric looks worse, promise). The super-easy fix? Just flip and rotate your cushions regularly to redistribute the filling now and then. Lengthen their life even more by keeping them out of the sun and storing them in a cool, dry place till next time.
Virtually maintenance-free and easy to clean with a mild soap and water, this all-weather recycled material never cracks or fades. And you’ll love that it has the look of real wood, while being resistant and unaffected by water and moisture. The color is solid throughout, so no need to paint or stain to maintain appearance, too!
Bolster the already strong, durable surface by applying paraffin wax once a year. And for a general cleaning, nothing beats a good rinse with mild soap and water. Stay away from heavy abrasive cleansers since they tend to wear down the wax.
Is your furniture outdoors year-round? Try furniture covers to protect your furnishings from dust, debris and moisture.
Worried about mold and mildew? Remove cushions from frame frequently for extra ventilation. And make sure cushions and covers are clean and dry before covering.
Give your outdoor furniture a longer life by storing seasonally.