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CAPE LEISURE

CARE

ALUMINUM

  • To Clean: Wash with a mild cleaner and water using a non-abrasive scrub brush or sponge. To restore the finish, apply a heavy-duty protectant.
     

  • Winter Storage:  Aluminum products can be left outside year round, covering is recommended. Keep the product up right on the feet of the furniture to avoid potential freeze damage from water that may get into the frame if stored upside down.

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FABRIC

  • To Clean: Acrylic fabric is machine washable, use cold water, detergent and bleach when needed. AIR DRY ONLY. For cushions, remove the filler and reclose the zipper before washing. If fabric is not removable, please refer to Sunbrella for cleaning recommendations.
     

  • Winter Storage:  Fabric should be stored indoors whenever possible. Any cushions must be stored indoors to prevent freeze tears.

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POLY

  • To Clean: Wash with heavy duty outdoor cleaning solutions using a non-abrasive scrub brush. Hardware used on poly furniture is Stainless Steel and should be rinsed regularly in coastal areas. Regionally, the most common color Poly is White, for best results clean with a low PSI pressure washer.
     

  • Winter Storage:  Poly products are able to be left outdoors year-round, covering is recommended.

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SLING

  • To Clean: Wash with mild cleaner and water using a non-abrasive scrub brush. For deeper cleaning, heavy duty cleaner can be used, being sure to not let the solution dry on the sling material.
     

  • Winter Storage:  Sling should be stored indoors, when possible, if not, covering is recommended.

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TEAK

  • NO CLEANING NEEDED. Teak will age naturally from outdoor exposure, changing over time to a silverish gray. The aging process takes approximately one year to fully age. If you do want to keep the honey golden color of fresh teak, there are various cleaning options using teak cleaners, sealers, and oil.
     

  • Winter Storage:  Teak products are able to be left outdoors year-round, covering is optional, but not recommended. When using a cover, be sure to use a breathable cover, as most covers can create a dark damp area which can lead to mold and mildew.

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UMBRELLA

  • To Clean: Most umbrellas have a canopy that is removable and can be cleaned. To remove the canopy on a closed umbrella, remove the finial, found at the top of the umbrella, and depending on the umbrella pull and release for the pockets of remove screws at the end of each rib. Please refer to the “FABRIC” for cleaning the canopy.
     

  • Winter Storage:  Umbrellas should be stored indoors, when possible, if not, covering is recommended as well as removing the canopy and storing the canopy indoors.

     

  • Safety Note: Umbrellas should be stored indoors when possible, if not, covering is recommended as well as removing the canopy and storing the canopy indoors.

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WICKER (SYNTHETIC)

  • To Clean: Wash with mild cleaner and water using a cloth. For deeper cleaning, remove cushions and hose down the frame as well as using cloth to wipe off any dirt.
     

  • Winter Storage:  Wicker products are able to be left outdoors year-round, covering is recommended. Keep the product up right on the feet of the furniture to avoid potential freeze damage from water that may get into the frame if stored upside down

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WROUGHT IRON

  • To Clean: Wash with a mild cleaner and water using a non-abrasive scrub brush. In coastal areas, rinse furniture often to remove any salt water residue. Iron will eventually rust and can be touched up by using a steel brush on the affected area to remove rust and loose pieces of the finish. Wipe the area clean of dust and spray with a high grade, outdoor rated paint.
     

  • Winter Storage:  Wash with a mild cleaner and water using a non-abrasive scrub brush. In coastal areas, rinse furniture often to remove any salt water residue. Iron will eventually rust and can be touched up by using a steel brush on the affected area to remove rust and loose pieces of the finish. Wipe the area clean of dust and spray with a high grade, outdoor rated paint.

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