Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight as this causes premature fading, rotting and deterioration to both fabric and leather. We recommend that curtains be closed when the room is not in use. Also, do not place furniture to near a radiator or heat source.
Should a member of your family or regular visitor to your home wear hair creams or gels, please consider fitting a head-cloth or anti-macassar for added protection of the upholstery.
Take care with newspaper as the ink can easily rub off onto the leather or fabric.
Foams will soften 10-15% in the first six months of use. This is called 'settling' and is a normal process of foam. From there on, our high quality foams will remain consistent.
To ensure your Eden outdoor furniture remains in good condition and appearance, it is important to establish a regular cleaning and maintenance programme.
Recoating of your outdoor furniture should take place before deterioration of the surface coating allows weathering of the timber substrate to take place. A patchy, thin, faded and uneven appearance indicates the need for recoating. If the furniture has high usage you may need to recoat earlier. If there are deep scratches or worn patches from day to day wear the offending area should be recoated promptly.
Timbakote Furniture Stain provides colour-fast UV protection as well as weather protection to timber. The wet and dry action of moisture absorption is the main cause of timber degradation. Maintaining your outdoor furniture with Timbakote Furniture Stain will give you with many years of enjoyment from your Eden setting.
For technical support on Timbakote Furniture Stain call 09 815 7689 or 021 800 522.