We use Sunbrella sling and cushion fabrics. Sunbrella outdoor sling and cushion fabrics have beautiful designs, incredible durability and easy maintenance. Sunbrella is in a class all its own. It provides the ultimate in stain resistance and cleanability - even mildew is no match for Sunbrella. Relax with the peace of mind that only comes with Sunbrella fabrics.
Many of out sling fabrics and quite a few of our pillow and cushion fabrics come from Sunbrella. Sunbrella is one of the most recognized names in outdoor fabrics for cushions, awnings, curtains, pillows and outdoor slings. Below we have included the instruction for care and cleaning of outdoor sling fabrics from the Sunbrella web site. For more information please go to Outdoor Furniture Care and Cleaning at the Sunbrella web site.
For removable Sunbrella fabric umbrella and cushion covers, machine wash in cold water (less than 100°F/38°C). Depending on wash load size, use normal amounts of mild laundry soap. Allow fabric to air dry. How can I spot clean my Sunbrella outdoor fabrics?
Sunbrella fabric does not promote mildew growth, however, mildew may grow on dirt and other foreign substances that are not removed from the fabric. To clean mildew, or other stubborn stains:
For removable Sunbrella fabric umbrella and cushion covers, machine wash in cold water (less than 100°F/38°C). Depending on wash load size, use normal amounts of mild laundry soap and add 1 cup of bleach. Allow fabric to air dry.
Sunbrella fabrics have a special finish that enhances water repellency. The finish is designed to last for several years of normal use, but may be refreshed after a thorough cleaning or extended use. Glen Raven recommends 303 High Tech Fabric Guard™ as the preferred re-treatment product for Sunbrella fabrics.
303 should be applied to Sunbrella fabrics after each thorough cleaning, which typically removes the original finish and reduces the fabric's water repellency.
For more information, please visit www.303products.com.
In evaluating the services of a professional firm, you should inquire about the firm's experience in working with Sunbrella fabrics and knowledge of cleaning and re-treatment requirements. DO NOT dry clean Sunbrella fabrics.
Protect the area around your Sunbrella fabric when using a bleach solution – bleach may discolor non-Sunbrella fabrics. Always rinse Sunbrella thoroughly to completely remove bleach.
If fabric has some wrinkling, use an iron, if necessary, but only on the synthetic* setting. As some irons exceed the recommended 100°F/38°C temperature on the synthetic setting, test a small inconspicuous area before ironing entire piece.
DO NOT use a steamer or iron set to steam setting.