Clean everyday dirt and stains with a soft sponge and mixture of mild detergent and water. Tough stains can be soaked in bleach. Be wary of nylon pads or stiff nylon brushes as excess force can mar the finish.
To clean a petroleum stain such as grease or oil, use a citrus cleaner, alcohol or mineral spirits. In severe cases, spray petroleum-based stains with WD40®. Then use toluene or acetone and a white nylon scrub pad (colored pads release staining dyes when combined with acetone). Do not use MEK, turpentine or naphtha solvent.
- Motion Products:
To increase the longevity of your action piece lubricate it with lithium grease or petroleum jelly every 6 months or as needed.
Furniture glide replacement is a necessary function in maintaining furniture. Replacement glides can be purchased, visit your outdoor furniture dealer of choice or visit our "Where to Buy" page.
Regularly tighten all hardware to avoid loosening, which can lead to bolt failure and product breakage. Replace missing hardware (remove product from service until repaired). Regularly tighten the headrest bolts on all chaise lounges and recliners. Confirm movement is smooth without binding and that the ratchet engages properly at each position.