How to Clean Hanamint Patio Furniture

Hanamint produce some of the most stunning outdoor furniture and its important to keep it in peak condition so you and your family can get as much enjoyment out of it as possible. After all, who would want patio furniture of this standard to go to seed? Thankfully, caring for your chairs and tables is a breeze.

Cleaning your Hanamint furniture frames

For the basic frames, it is important to remember not to use any abrasive, high chemical products these will likely cause more harm than good. Clean your furniture frames (both tables and chairs) with warm water and mild soap, making sure that you drain your furniture thoroughly by removing any caps and gliders. Not letting the water drain freely could cause severe non-warranty damage. Do make sure you dry your furniture before storing away, too.

Cleaning your Hanamint cushion covers

Cushion covers are a different matter but just as simple. Basic covers can be easily removed and cleaned at recommended temperature in your washing machine you may only need to do this once or twice a year. Do be careful not to get any foam interiors wet, however as you will need to dry them thoroughly to avoid the risk of mold.

Removing heavy stains from your Hanamint furniture

Heavy soiling of cushion covers can be easily remedied. The first course of action should be to soak them immediately this way, you will be able to loosen up dirt or staining as much as possible. Stains can then be tackled with a concoction of washing up liquid and cleaning detergent to spray and leave to soak. After leaving for up to 30 minutes, rinse clean with a hose or pressure spray and scrub. Its then recommended that you follow a standard clean via washing machine.

Stains and marks to your Hanamint furniture arent the end of the world simply be proactive and give your chairs, tables and cushions the care they deserve! But if your fabric is damaged beyond repair, we sell replacement Hanamint cushions in a wide range of shades and styles to keep those good quality frames in use for years.

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