Looking after your Bangs
Maintaining your umbrella canopy
Proper care and cleaning should be taken to ensure the life of outdoor fabrics.
For regular care and maintenance, excessive dirt should be brushed from the fabric using a soft brush; the fabric should then be sprayed with warm water (not exceeding 100◦F / 40◦C) and air-dried.
Periodically the fabric should undergo a more thorough cleaning. Brush fabric with a soft bristled brush, spray with warm water then apply a gentle natural soap, rinse thoroughly and air dry.
Any early signs of mould and mildew must be removed immediately.
While all of our products are designed to be suitable for exterior conditions, different materials are affected differently in outdoor physical elements. Items placed in coastal areas require more regular maintenance. Exposure to sea air and chlorinated environments may accelerate deterioration to a product’s finish, so we recommend regular cleaning and maintenance.
Timber is a natural product and will grey off over time without regular sanding and oiling. Regular oiling every 3-6months will help maintain its golden colour and ‘feed’ the timber. We recommend using a penetrative oil like Linseed oil.
Timber chairs and umbrellas should be stored dry in rainy weather to help maintain the timber.
While our products are designed for outdoor use, we recommend that they are stored, dry and safely, when not in use to minimise wear and tear and extend their life.
Store your umbrella in its individual carry bag and/or protective cover.
Cushions should be stored when not in use. If storing for longer periods of time, wash and store cover and insert separately.
Fabric should never be stored or put away while wet or damp; always ensure fabric is thoroughly dried before storing for extended periods.
For all other products, please refer to the individual care instructions provided.