How to Clean Outdoor Fabrics

Please note: Zippers are included for cosmetic purposes and added drainage only.

Do not remove THE FOAM CORES due to the tight fit and the difficulty with repositioning them when reinserted. 

Fabrics are to be “spot cleaned only” and are not suited to machine washing / dry cleaning and machine drying.

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To Clean: Bleach may be used, however, spot cleaning with a water-based or solvent cleaner (mild soap) is all that will be required for most spills. Apply cleaning solution and blot with a clean, dry cloth. NOTE: Detergents will damage the water- resistant qualities of the fabric.

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For regular cleaning: Fabric should be cleaned regularly to prevent excessive dirt from accumulating. Simply brush off any loose dirt and rinse with luke warm water.

To Clean: Use a solution of lukewarm water (not exceeding 100 degrees F) and a mild natural soap such as Ivory TM. Rinse thoroughly to remove excess soap. For light cleaning, avoid the use of detergents. For Stubborn stains: Bleach / water mixture may be used.

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To Clean: Spot wash with a solution of natural soap and lukewarm water. For stubborn stains: Fabric spot remover or a bleach / water mixture may be used.

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To Clean: Clean these fabrics with water – based cleaning agents or water – based foam to removed overall soil. Many household cleaning agents are harmful to the color and life of a fabric. For regular cleaning: Frequently vaccum or lightly brush to remove dust and grime.

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