To care for this product, clean regularly using hot soapy water and dry product immediately. A light use of a scourer is recommended for more intense cleaning.
Rubbing should be done in a straight line in the direction of the slat and always in the same direction in order to keep an even finish.
Clean faux wood furniture with a soft bristle brush or sponge. Water spots or other discoloration may also occur during the weathering process. These will even out, and the furniture will achieve a uniform silver-gray.
1) Clean with soft cloth and water only Wax 1- 2 times each year with a regular Paraffin based floor wax
2) The planters can be kept outside during winter (provide a cover and make sure it does not freeze to the items
3) Furniture should be kept in a dry place
4) Avoid standing water, or snow and ice, inside planters and vases during cold season
5) Elevate off the ground (using Pot feet, wood or similar)
1) Clean with a soft, damp cloth to remove dirt and salt residue.
2) Apply a quality vinyl protectant to guard against the effects of air pollution, salt air build-up, and mildew growth.
Clean with a soft, damp cloth to remove dirt and salt residue. Apply clear automobile wax for maximum protection against harmful ultraviolet exposure and salt air.
Wash any collection of KANNOA woven furniture with a solution of mild liquid detergent and water. Rinse with clear water . Dry thoroughly.
1) Brush off any loose dirt.
2) Prepare a cleaning solution of 2 ounces (1/4 cup) mild soap per gallon of lukewarm water.
3) Use a sponge or a soft bristle brush to clean.
4) Allow cleaning solution to soak into fabric.
5) Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue.
6) Allow fabric to air dry.
1) Apply a light mist of mild soap and water using a spray bottle.
2) Work the solution into the stain by lightly scrubbing the area with a sponge or very soft bristle brush.
3) Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue.
4) Blot excess moisture with a clean, soft towel or sponge.
5) Wet-vacuum or blot excess water.
6) Air dry, Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all soap residue is removed.
1) Hand washing : Soak fabric in a solution of 1/4 cup mild soap per gallon of lukewarm water. Use a sponge or a soft bristle brush as necessary.
Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue.
2) Machine washing: Machine wash in cold water. Depending on wash load size, use normal amounts of mild laundry soap and add 8 ounces (1 cup) of bleach. Allow fabric to air dry.
Teak requires little to no care and when left outdoors, will turn a handsome silver-gray. This process will take approximately nine months, depending on the amount of sunlight and rain exposure.
1) Clean teak furniture with a soft bristle brush or sponge. Water spots or other discoloration may also occur during the weathering process. These will even out, and the furniture will achieve a uniform silver-gray.
2) Periodically cleaning your teak furniture with a solution of four parts laundry detergent or dishwashing soap and one part bleach in water. Use a soft bristle brush to clean your furniture. When you are finished, rinse the entire piece to remove the dirt and any remaining solution. This is sufficient for general cleaning.
3) A teak conditioner will protect the furniture's original color, but will have to be reapplied every three months. Oiling outdoor teak may cause mildew or irregular coloring.
Teak has oil that occurs naturally in the wood. Expect some of this oil to bleed out following the first few rainfalls. In order to protect your cushions, bring them inside before the furniture gets wet.
Stains from teak oil are not covered under warranty.