Outdoor Furniture Care Guide

Thank you for choosing our outdoor furniture! To help you maintain its beauty and durability, Here is the recommended care instructions:



  • For daily care, wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
  • Wipe spills immediately with a clean, dry cloth.
  • Avoid the use of harsh cleaners and abrasives, using a mild soap or a dedicated outdoor furniture cleaner.
  • using a mild soap or a dedicated outdoor furniture cleaner.



  • If possible, cover your outdoor furniture when not in use to protect it from the elements.
  • Use weatherproof covers or storage bags designed specifically for outdoor furniture.
  • Ensure that the covers are properly secured to prevent moisture buildup or damage from wind.


Avoiding Extreme Conditions:

  • Avoid placing your outdoor furniture in direct sunlight for extended periods as it may cause fading or discoloration.
  • If strong winds or storms are forecasted, consider moving your furniture to a sheltered area or securing it with straps or weights.
  • During winter or periods of non-use, store your furniture in a dry, covered location to protect it from freezing temperatures and excessive moisture.



  • Inspect your outdoor furniture regularly for any signs of wear, damage, or loose components.
  • Tighten screws or bolts if necessary to ensure stability.
  • If your furniture has metal parts, consider applying a thin layer of automotive wax to protect against rust and corrosion.
  • For wooden furniture, treat it with an outdoor wood sealant or oil to maintain its natural beauty and protect it from moisture.


Upholstery Care:

  • If your outdoor furniture has cushions or fabric upholstery, ensure they are designed for outdoor use and are water-resistant.
  • In case of spills or stains, act promptly and spot clean using a mild detergent or upholstery cleaner.
  • Allow the upholstery to dry completely before using or covering the furniture.


Seasonal Maintenance:

  • Before the start of each outdoor season, thoroughly clean your furniture and inspect it for any necessary repairs.
  • Replace worn-out or damaged parts promptly to prevent further deterioration.
  • Consider applying a fresh coat of paint or sealant as recommended for the specific material of your furniture.


By following these care instructions, you can extend the lifespan and beauty of your outdoor furniture, ensuring enjoyable outdoor experiences for years to come. Enjoy your outdoor living space!