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Storing Your Aluminum Furniture

For Winter Storage, all aluminum furniture should be stored in an upright position to allow for proper water drainage.  Factory drilled holes in the bottom of the furniture frames serve as a drainage system.  If the furniture is placed upside down, it will not allow water to drain.  This can cause freeze damage such as splitting or rupture, which is not covered by warranty.

 
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Care Of Your Wrought Iron Furniture

The frames should be washed with an automotive type soap and thoroughly rinsed.  It is recommended that at least twice a year, you wax your frames with an automotive type wash/wax, preferably one with the wash and wax combined.  Please follow the directions from the wax manufacturer.  The frames should be rinsed again thoroughly to remove any residue.  Read more…

 
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Care Of Your Steel Furniture

Care Instructions Periodic cleaning of our frames is recommended. Simply wash with mild soap and rinse thoroughly. Please do not use abrasive materials or strong detergents. NOTE: DO NOT USE WAXES ON TEXTURED FRAME FINISHES. If by chance you get a scratch in the finish, take a little bit of steel wool over the rust spot, then use some touch up paint on the same spot.

 
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Care Of Your Slate Table Tops

SLATE TOPS: Because one property of slate is the low water absorption, it is naturally resistant to stains and will not fade or discolor when exposed to sunlight. Keeping slate looking beautiful is easy! Since this top is sealed, it requires only regular wiping with water or occasionally with mild soapy water. Do not use vinegar, cleaners that contain acid, abrasive cleaners, or furniture polish. If a stain does occur, it can be easily removed with fine (0) steel wool or fine (120/240 grit) sand paper. Read more…

 
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Care Of Your Alternative Table Tops

Marble and composite stone tabletops are made with durable, high quality materials to maintain their original beauty for years.  These tabletops are made with natural stone, and each piece is unique and handcrafted.  For this reason, color, texture, veins, finish and shine can vary with each piece.  Alternative tabletops are designed for normal outdoor use in residential settings.  To maintain the natural beauty, we recommend you care for your tops in the following manner:  Read more…

 
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