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Cane-line | Care & Maintenance

CERAMIC:

  • Material: These table tops / tiles are made of ceramic – an extremely durable material, which is ideal for outdoor use all year round. Because the table top is made from a natural material, the color shades may vary from table to table.
  • Tiles: There may be roughness on the edges and surface, which derive during the production and processing stages of manufacture.
  • Handling: It is important to handle your table top with care and avoid setting it down hard or putting strain on the edges after the packaging has been removed. Ceramic table tops should always be handled by two people and always carried in a vertical position after the packaging has been removed.
    NOTE! Carrying the table top horizontally can cause cracks to form in the middle of the table top
  • To Clean:
    • Clean: Clean the table top with a microfiber cloth.
    • Stains: Stains can be removed with water and ordinary, gentle dishwashing detergent.
    • Stubborn Stains: Stubborn stains, a dab of concentrated detergent can be effective. Always wipe the table afterwards with a clean cloth. We recommend carefully cleaning the table at least 2-3 times a year.
  • Storage: We recommend covering the table top/furniture with a furniture cover in autumn and winter months for protection. However, please note that condensation can form under furniture covers, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the furniture to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation. If possible, it is best to store the table indoors during winter months to shelter it from the elements.

HPL (High Pressure Laminate):

  • Material: HPL/Compact laminate table tops are made from resin-impregnated paper, which has been compressed under very high pressure into a strong material with a scratch-resistant surface. Compact laminate table tops generally require a minimum of maintenance. It is natural for the edges of the table top to grow lighter over time. To maintain the deep black color of the edges, treat them with a little linseed oil. Over time, tiny cracks can develop around the edges of the table top.
  • To Clean: Clean the table top with a moist microfibre cloth. Most stains can be removed with water and ordinary all-purpose cleaner or dishwashing detergent. For more stubborn stains, a dab of concentrated detergent can be effective. We also recommend cleaning the entire table thoroughly 2-3 times a year. Never use abrasive or highly aggressive cleaning products, such as steel wool, scouring powder or other polishes (for home use), to clean laminate table tops, as they can scratch the surface and cause irreparable damage to your table top.
  • Storage: There are several ways to properly store your table in the autumn and winter months for maximum protection and to make spring cleaning easier.
    • It is best to store your table indoors.
    • Alternatively, it can be stored on a covered terrace, patio or carport, where it is protected from the elements.
    • Finally, your table can be stored outdoors under a furniture cover.

      However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the table top to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation

HI-CORE:

  • Material: Cane-line HI-Core is a strong and weather-resistant table top made mainly of acrylic. During manufacture, the item is towed so that an elegant clean and soft surface is obtained. The table top generally requires minimal maintenance.
  • To Clean: Clean the table top with a microfibre cloth. Most stains can be removed with water and ordinary, gentle dishwashing detergent. For more stubborn stains, a dab of concentrated detergent can be effective. We recommend carefully cleaning the table at least 2-3 times a year. If you are unlucky to get scratches on the plate, these can be sanded with a very fine piece of sandpaper.
  • Storage: There are several ways to properly store your table in the autumn and winter months for maximum protection and to make spring cleaning easier.
    • It is best to store your table indoors.
    • Alternatively, it can be stored on a covered terrace, patio or carport, where it is protected from the elements.
    • Finally, your table can be stored outdoors under a furniture cover.
    However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the table top to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation
  • Always Avoid:
    • Never use abrasive or particularly aggressive products such as steel wool, abrasive powder or other polish (for home use) when cleaning Hi-core plates, unless they are intended for this purpose, as this may cause scratches to the surface and thus damage the plate.
    • Do not store your cushions on the furniture frames as this can cause mold and mildew to form on the surface, making spring cleaning more difficult.

CERTIFIED TEAK:

  • Material: Cane-line teak is approved and forested under the SVLK – Sistem Verifikasi Legalitas Kayu (Indonesia's timber legality assurance system) certification system. This is a guarantee that the teak production supports responsible forest management. Teak is a hardwood that is ideal for outdoor use due to its high oil content. Our teak furniture is delivered untreated. If the furniture remains untreated, the teakwood will patina over time and turn a pale gray color. If you wish to retain the original golden color, we recommend treating teak furniture with a recommended teak sealant.

    Note that teakwood is a natural product and therefore continues to change. This means that small cracks can develop due to drying and that slats can warp slightly
  • To Clean: If you wish to retain the golden color, the furniture must be treated with teak sealant before use and on a regular basis. How often treatment is needed depends on the climate and whether the furniture is placed in a sheltered position, for example under a roof. As a general rule, teak table tops should be cleaned and treated at least a couple of times a year.
    • Clean with a recommended teak cleaner.
    • Rinse thoroughly with water
    • Allow the furniture to dry.
    • Treat with teak sealant.
    If the furniture has developed patina, it may be necessary to sand it down before cleaning and treating it.
    • Clean daily with a moist cloth, water and washing-up liquid.
    • Alternatively, use a soap flake solution to saturate the wood so that the furniture does not get stained as easily.
    • You can also use a lukewarm cloth or a soft sponge for cleaning your teak furniture.
  • Storage: There are several ways to properly store your furniture in autumn and winter months for maximum protection and to make spring cleaning easier.
    • It is best to store your furniture on a covered terrace, patio or carport, where it is protected from the elements.
    • Alternatively, it can be left outside under a furniture cover.
    • However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the table top to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation

LINOLEUM:

  • Material: Linoleum is a natural material and consists of linseed oil, cold pressed, to which dyes and various types of natural fillings are added. The material is not scratch resistant and only for indoor use.
  • To Clean:
    • Linoleum is a soft material that is easy to clean with a damp cloth, and then immediately wiped again with a dry cloth.
    • Do not use dishwashing detergent, brown soap, or other ammonia-containing products.
    • In case of stubborn stains, we recommend washing with water and soap chips, which will also leave the table with a surface that is more durable.
    • We recommend using coasters when applying hot pots and bowls on the table.

GLASS:

  • Material: The glass table top is made from 3mm, 8 mm, 10mm and 12 mm tempered glass.
    • Coloured/frosted glass table tops: There is a difference between the top and bottom sides. The top side is frosted glass and the bottom side is covered with coloured foil. Do not scratch the bottom side, as the coloured foil can be damaged.
  • Handling: It is important to handle your table top with care and avoid setting it down hard or putting strain on the edges after the packaging has been removed. Glass table tops should always be handled by two people.
  • To Clean: These table tops generally require only a minimum of maintenance.
    • Wipe it down after use with a moist microfibre cloth and mild detergent.
    • Placing objects on the table top, such as a potted plant, can cause scratches or lime deposits. Lime deposits can be removed with a mild vinegar solution.
    • Moving/pushing things with rough edges across the table can cause scratches that cannot be removed.
  • Storage: Your furniture can stand outdoors all year round. However, it is best to store it under a furniture cover during winter months or during periods when the furniture is not in use.
    • However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the table top to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation

ALUMINUM (Anodized):

  • Material: Cane-line offers parasols with an anodized aluminum pole. Anodizing is an electrochemical surface treatment that ensures longer durability and resistance to corrosion and scratches. Anodizing increases the thickness of the aluminum’s naturally occurring oxide layer (protective membrane). The increased layer of oxidation ensures that the appearance of the aluminum is preserved for many years. Furthermore, the metallic surface of anodized aluminum makes for a more aesthetic, uniform surface.
  • To Clean: Minimal maintenance is generally required. However, it may be necessary to clean and care for the parasol pole (especially if the product is used near the coast) to prevent corrosion and discoloration. We therefore recommend that you wipe the pole with a damp cloth and/or ordinary household soap. Please note that the products used must not contain chlorine
  • Stains: For stubborn stains, an aqueous solvent such as white spirit can be used for cleaning. If you treat the anodized surface with wax or spray products for anodized aluminum, future cleaning will be easier due to the smooth and uniform surface achieved.
  • Storage: The parasol can stand outside all year round. However, we recommend covering it with a parasol cover during the winter or prolonged periods when not in use. Be aware of the importance of “lifting” the cover every so often to allow the air to circulate and remove any condensation.

RATTAN:

  • Material: Rattan is the rascal of the jungle. Rattan belongs to the palm family. Rattan is a climbing plant that grows over trees and other plants in the rainforest. There are about 600 species of rattan. Cane-line uses only the best and strongest for furniture production.
    • Sustainable: Rattan is an incredibly fast growing palm, which makes it a very sustainable material. The outer layer of the rattan plant is peeled off and used for weaving. The core of the rattan is used to make furniture, which due to its movement and flexibility enables it to create a unique and very comfortable design.
    • Rattan production under proper conditions: Cane-line ensures sustainability in relation to the environment and human relationship in a society, which has its roots deeply embedded in rattan. All processing is conducted in accordance with the international certifications SA8000 (social responsibility) and ISO14001 (environmental management).
  • To Clean: Rattan is only for indoor use. For cleaning and daily maintenance:
    • Use a wrung cloth. Once to twice yearly clean with white soap flakes and lukewarm water wiping off extra fluid with a dry cloth.

CAST IRON:

  • Material: Cast iron from Cane-line is composed of alloy of iron, carbon and silicon, which together provide a material particularly suitable for products that require great strength and heat resistance. Therefore, cast iron is an obvious choice for fire pits that are exposed to high temperatures. Continuous maintenance is important, as otherwise over time, you will see rust formation on the surface in the places where the paint has been scratched and worn.
  • To Clean:
    • Make sure to regularly remove ash from the fire pit
    • Wash it off in clean water
    • Dry it thoroughly when the items are cold. Over time, the surface may become brighter to look at.
    • Rust:
      • If rust appears on the surface, clean the product.
      • Remove the rust formation with fine sandpaper
      • Give the product a short or a complete refresh with a heat-resistant outdoor spray paint (600 ºC) intended for fire pits and grill items.
  • Storage: If the product is not used during the winter period, we recommend storing it in a dry room to minimize maintenance.
  • Important Info: Be aware that the product may leave rust marks on the surface on which it stands. In addition, the product becomes very hot during use, so it may leave marks on the surface on which it stands. The product gets hot during use, so do not touch the product without gloves that can withstand the heat, and be aware of local legislation regarding the use of fire pits. Use of the fire pit is at your own risk (both to yourself and others).

POWDER COATED HOT DIP GALVANIZED STEEL:

  • Material: Cane-line offers furniture with frames produced in hot-dip galvanized powder-coated Steel. Hot-dip galvanizing is a surface treatment ensuring longer durability and corrosion resistance. The surface treatment is done by dipping the product in liquid zinc after having been cleaned, and thereby forming a strong chemical bond between the steel and the zinc. The subsequent powder-coating ensures an additional protection of the surface.
  • To Clean: Basically, hot-dip galvanized powder-coated steel requires minimal maintenance. However, it is necessary to clean the product to keep it neat, especially if the product is used close to coastal stretches. This is in order to counteract the promotion of corrosion and discoloration. We recommend wiping the furniture with a cloth, possibly with ordinary household soap. Please note that the detergent used must not contain chlorine.
    • Stains: For stains aqueous solvents can be used for cleaning, such as alcohol.
  • Storage: It is recommended to cover the furniture with a cover during the winter period or for longer periods when not in use. Be aware of the importance of ”lifting” the cover once in a while, so that air can circulate and remove any alleged condensation.

ALUMINUM (Powder Coated):

  • Material: Cane-line offers a wide range of furniture in powder-coated aluminum. Powder coating serves as a protective layer that is tinted in a variety of colors. Aluminum furniture is ideal for use outdoors as well as indoors.
  • To Clean: Aluminum furniture generally requires a minimum of maintenance. If the furniture is stored near the coast, it will need to be cleaned more frequently using fresh water and soap. Don’t be too rough on your furniture to avoid causing dents, as this can damage the powder coating. At worst, moisture can reach the aluminum and damage the finish. Vases, glass and similar items can lead to marks on the surface, if there is moisture under the item for more days. Make sure to keep the surface clean and dry, if things / items are put on the table for several days.
  • Storage: Your furniture can stay outdoors all year round, but it is best to store it under a furniture cover during winter months or during periods when the furniture is not in use. However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the furniture to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation. If possible, it is best to store your furniture indoors during winter months to protect it from the elements.

WEAVE:

  • Material: Cane-line Weave® is a fiber made from highly durable, solution-dyed polyethylene (PE), which is ideal for outdoor use, because it withstands moisture and large variations in temperature. Both the structure of the fibers and the weave ensure elasticity and optimal sitting comfort. The durable material is UV-resistant and requires minimal maintenance. Cane-line Weave ® has been developed to withstand climate conditions all over the world and the material will retain its color and shape for many years. All products are hand-woven with the Cane-line Weave® fiber, which can vary slightly in color, creating a nice contrast in the surface of the weave. This gives the furniture a unique, natural and exclusive look.
  • To Clean:
    • Because the product is used outdoors over extended periods of time, regular cleaning with a soft brush and soapy water is important. This ensures the removal of superficial soil and debris, such as leaves, berries, pollen and bird droppings, before they have a chance to build up and become more difficult to remove.
    • Alternatively, the product can be cleaned with a high-pressure cleaner set at moderate.
  • Storage: There are several ways to properly store your furniture in autumn and winter months for maximum protection and to make spring cleaning easier.
    • It is best to store furniture indoors.
    • Alternatively, it can be stored on a covered terrace, patio or carport, where it is protected from the elements.
    • Finally, furniture can be stored outdoors under a furniture cover. However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the furniture to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation

STAINLESS STEEL:

  • Material: Stainless steel is an extremely durable and weather-resistant material. We recommend cleaning the furniture regularly with a microfibre cloth and soapy water. We recommend covering your furniture with a furniture cover in autumn and winter for protection.
  • To Clean: While stainless steel is a very durable material, rust film can still build up on the surface. Rust film is tiny metal particles that attach to the surface and look like little red spots.
    • To avoid rust film, it is important to seal the surface with a thin layer of acid-free oil. This should be done before the furniture is used for the first time and then repeated a couple of times a year. In coastal areas, furniture is particularly susceptible to rust film and will therefore require treatment more often to retain its original look.
    • Apply the acid-free oil with a lint-free cloth. Take care not to use too much oil. The best effect is achieved with a very thin layer. Using too much oil can result in the surface feeling greasy.
    • Rust film caused by inadequate maintenance can be removed with the help of an ordinary household stainless steel polish.
    • We recommend cleaning the furniture regularly with a microfibre cloth and soapy water.
  • Storage: We recommend covering your furniture with a furniture cover in autumn and winter for protection. However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the furniture to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation If possible, it is best to store your furniture indoors during winter months to protect it from the elements.

ROPE:

  • Material: Cane-line Rope is produced by woven polypropylene (PP). The material has a soft surface that provides good support and excellent sitting comfort. Do not pull hard on the material as it can be stretched out of shape. Cane-line Rope is ideal for outdoor use and is UV-resistant.
  • To Clean: Because the product is used outdoors over extended periods of time, regular cleaning with a soft brush and soapy water is important. This ensures the removal of superficial soil and debris, such as leaves, berries, pollen and bird droppings, before they have a chance to build up and become more difficult to remove.
  • Stains: For stubborn stains or built-up dirt, carefully wash with a recommended stain remover, such as Vanish (Vanish Oxi Action), and/ or a high-pressure cleaner at the moderate setting. Please note that the cushion cover is machine washable at 30°C
  • Storage:
    • It is best to store your furniture on a covered terrace, patio or carport, where it is protected from the elements.
    • Alternatively, it can be left outside under a furniture cover. However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the furniture to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation

LEATHER:

  • Material: Cane-line leather is a slightly corrected semi-aniline leather with a soft grip, as well as a beautiful natural surface that gives character. The leather is chrome tanned and made without the use of PCP and CFC. All Cane-line leather is dyed through and for indoor use only
  • To Clean: It is important to care for and clean leather cushions regularly, so the leather remains soft and maintains a comfortable sitting comfort. This also prevents the leather from fading or drying. We recommend using a leather care product.

SOFT TOUCH:

  • Material: Cane-line SoftTouch® is a material produced exclusively for Cane-line. SoftTouch® combines the strength of Cane-line Tex® with the comfortable softness of the Sunbrella fabric, resulting in a soft yet durable surface. Cushions made from Cane-line SoftTouch® come with Cane-line QuickDry & Airflow system, with a QuickDryFoam ® core, ensuring maximum drainage and air circulation. This allows the cushions to dry faster after having been exposed to rain and moisture. The QuickDryFoam® core also has antibacterial protection, reducing the risk of mold and mildew forming inside and outside the cushion. Due to the recycled nature of this fabric, the shade may vary from lot to lot. Larger slub yarns may run sporadically throughout the fabric – due to minor variations in the granulation process. These slubs are an integrated part of this innovative fabric.
  • To Clean: Because the product is used outdoors over extended periods of time, regular cleaning with a soft brush and soapy water is important. This ensures the removal of superficial dirt and debris, such as leaves, berries, pollen and bird droppings, before they have a chance to build up and become more difficult to remove. It is important to always place your cushions in an upright position when not in use. This ensures optimum drainage, thereby minimizing the risk of mold and mildew. The anti-bacterial protection in the cushion core is most effective with correct drainage of the cushions. Please note that despite the anti-bacterial protection, mildew can still form on the inner and outer covers if the cushion is not properly drained or cleaned In case of food or drink spills, wash the spot immediately with warm soapy water and allow the cushion to dry in an upright position.
  • Stubborn Stains: For stubborn stains or built-up dirt, carefully wash with a recommended stain remover, such as Vanish (Vanish Oxi Action), and/ or a high-pressure cleaner at the moderate setting. (9) It is a good idea to remove the core from the cover and wash and dry them separately. Make sure to clean both sides of the outer cover. Please note that the cushion cover is machine washable at 30°C
  • Storage: There are several ways to properly store your furniture in the autumn and winter months for maximum protection and to make spring cleaning easier.
    • Furniture frames:
      • It is best to store furniture frames indoors.
      • Alternatively, they can be stored on a covered terrace, patio or carport, where they are protected from the elements.
      • Finally, furniture frames can be stored outdoors under a furniture cover. However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the furniture to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation
    • Furniture cushions:
      • It is best to store cushions indoors in a ventilated room.
      • Alternatively, they can be stored in a cushion box on a covered terrace, patio or carport, protecting them from the elements and ensuring proper ventilation.
      • Do not store your cushions on the furniture frames as this can cause mold and mildew to form on the surface, making spring cleaning more difficult.

TEX:

  • Material: Cane-line Tex® is a coated polyester material, which is ideal for outdoor use and requires minimal maintenance. Cushions made from Cane-line Tex® come with a QuickDryFoam® core, ensuring maximum drainage and air circulation. This allows the cushions to dry faster after having been exposed to rain and moisture. The QuickDryFoam® core also has an antibacterial protection, reducing the risk of mold and mildew forming on the cushion.
  • To Clean: Because the product is used outdoors over extended periods of time, regular cleaning with a soft brush and soapy water is important. This ensures the removal of superficial soil and debris, such as leaves, berries, pollen and bird droppings, before they have a chance to build up and become more difficult to remove.
    • Drainage: It is important to place your cushions in an upright position when not in use. This ensures optimum drainage, thereby minimizing the risk of mold and mildew. The anti-bacterial protection in the cushion core is most effective with correct drainage of the cushion. Please note, that despite the anti-bacterial protection, mildew can still form between the inner and outer covers, if the cushion is not properly drained or cleaned
    • Spills: Wash the spot immediately with warm soapy water and allow the cushion to dry in an upright position.
  • White Cane-line Tex®: White furniture is more delicate and prone to staining and thus requires more regular cleaning.
  • Stains: For stubborn stains or built-up soil, carefully wash with a recommended stain remover, such as Vanish (Vanish Oxi Action), and/or a high-pressure cleaner set at moderate. It is a good idea to remove the core from the cover and wash and dry them separately. Make sure to clean both sides of the outer cover. Please note that cushion covers are machine washable at 30°C
  • Storage: There are several ways to properly store your furniture in autumn and winter months for maximum protection and to make spring cleaning easier.
    • Furniture Frames:
      • It is best to store furniture frames indoors.
      • Alternatively, they can be stored on a covered terrace, patio or carport, where they are protected from the elements.
      • Finally, furniture frames can be stored outdoors under a furniture cover. However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the furniture to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation
    • Furniture cushions:
      • It is best to store cushions indoors in a ventilated room.
      • Alternatively, they can be stored in a cushion box on a covered terrace, patio or carport, protecting them from the elements and ensuring proper ventilation.
      • Do not store your cushions on the furniture frames if you live in a moist climate, as this can cause mold and mildew to form on the surface, making spring cleaning more difficult.

NATTÉ:

  • Material: Cane-line Natté is a unique material produced by Sunbrella for Cane-line. Cane-line Natté combines the strength of normal all weather fabrics with the comfortable softness of the traditional Sunbrella fabrics, resulting in a soft yet durable fabric.
  • To Clean:
    • Because the product is used outdoors over extended periods of time, regular cleaning with a soft brush and soapy water is important. This ensures the removal of superficial dirt and debris, such as leaves, berries, pollen and bird droppings, before they have a chance to build up and become more difficult to remove.
    • It is important to always place your cushions in an upright position when not in use. This ensures optimum drainage, thereby minimizing the risk of mold and mildew. The anti-bacterial protection in the cushion core is most effective with correct drainage of the cushion.
    • Please note, that despite the anti-bacterial protection, mildew can still form between the inner and outer covers, if the cushion is not properly drained or cleaned
    • Spills: In case of food or drink spills, wash the spot immediately with warm soapy water and allow the cushion to dry in an upright position.
    • Stains:
      • For stubborn stains or built-up dirt, carefully wash with a recommended stain remover, such as Vanish (Vanish Oxi Action), and/or a high-pressure cleaner with moderate strength.
      • It is a good idea to remove the core from the cover and wash and dry them separately.
      • Make sure to clean both sides of the outer cover.
  • Storage:
    • Furniture Frames:
      • It is best to store furniture frames indoors.
      • Alternatively, they can be stored on a covered terrace, patio or carport, where they are protected from the elements.
      • Finally, furniture frames can be stored outdoors under a furniture cover.
      • However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the furniture to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation
    • Furniture cushions:
      • It is best to store cushions indoors in a ventilated room.
      • Alternatively, they can be stored in a cushion box on a covered terrace, patio or carport, protecting them from the elements and ensuring proper ventilation.
      • Do not store your cushions on the furniture frames if you live in a moist climate, as this can cause mold and mildew to form on the surface, making spring cleaning more difficult.

SWIPE:

  • Material: This soft fabric, Cane-line Swipe, is a mixture of six different materials, constructed for indoor use only. It is a mix of 60% cotton, 10% viscose, 10% acrylic, 10% wool, 5% nylon and 5% polyester.
  • To Clean:
    • Food or Drink Stains: Wash the spot carefully and immediately with warm soapy water and allow the cushion to dry.
    • Stubborn stains: The fabric cover can be removed from the cushion and dry cleaned.
    • We would also recommend using an acknowledged cleaning detergent.

VIRTUE:

  • Material: Cane-line Virtue is a 100% solution dyed fiber material, which, due to the special manufacturing process, means that the color permeates the entire fiber. The fabric has a superior color fastness, making it fade resistant. The color is extremely uniform, and the fabric is both UV resistant and water repellent, as well as resistant to powdery mildew. The fabric ventilates effectively, repelling condensation and moisture.
  • To Clean:
    • In case of stains, we recommend pre-treating the fabric by washing it in warm water with a powerful detergent (e.g. Tide, Persil, Vanish). The fabric can then be washed at 30 degrees and subsequently air dried.
    • It is very important to check the fabric for stains and treat the specific stain before washing, as heat can set the stain, making it difficult to remove. High temperatures in the washing machine or a tumble dryer can cause the fibers to melt together, shrink or become misshapen. Water that is too hot can create permanent creases during the spin cycle
    • THE FABRIC MUST NOT BE CHEMICALLY CLEANED!
  • Storage: We recommend using a cover out of season. However, we recommend covering it with a parasol cover during the winter or prolonged periods when not in use. Be aware of the importance of “lifting” the cover every so often to allow the air to circulate and remove any condensation.

PAPER YARN:

  • Material: Paper yarn is a durable and resistant material with a soft surface that supports a good sitting comfort. Paper yarn is available in several colors and variants; round and flat yarn, and is only for indoor use. Paper yarn is a natural material and will therefore, over time, patinate naturally and nicely. Avoid pulling the material hard, as it can be stretched out of shape.
  • To Clean:
    • The product requires a minimum of maintenance and can easily be kept clean with a damp, wiped cloth. However, this should not be done too often, as it will affect the material.
    • Use a neutral soap without color and avoid detergent.
  • Stains: Should it occur that colorful liquids such as red wine or fruit juice are wasted on the material, immediately wipe the area gently, so that the color does not penetrate the material.
  • Storage: Products braided with paper yarn are for indoor use only and shall only be stored indoors and should not be exposed to cold or moisture as this may cause discoloration and stains.

AIR TOUCH:

  • Material: Cane-line AirTouch is a 100% solution-dyed acrylic fabric produced exclusively for Cane-line. During the development of this fabric, the focus has been on a hardy fabric with a nice structure and a softness like the comfortable Sunbrella fabrics. This has resulted in a soft but hardy surface. Cane-line AirTouch cushions come with the Cane-line QuickDry & Airflow system with QuickDryFoam®, which ensures maximum drainage and air circulation. The cushion thus dries faster when it has been exposed to rain and moisture. The QuickDryFoam® also has an antibacterial protection that reduces the risk of fungal and mold formation.
  • To Clean:
    • The product is used outdoors over extended periods of time, regular cleaning with a soft brush and soapy water is important. This ensures the removal of superficial dirt and debris, such as leaves, berries, pollen and bird droppings, before they have a chance to build up and become more difficult to remove.
    • It is important to place your cushions in an upright position when not in use. This ensures optimum drainage, thereby minimizing the risk of mold and mildew. The antibacterial protection in the cushion core is most effective with correct drainage of the cushions.
    • **Please note that despite the antibacterial protection, mildew can still form on the inner and outer covers if the cushion is not properly drained or cleaned**
    • Stains: In case of food or drink spills, wash the spot immediately with warm soapy water and allow the cushion to dry in an upright position.
    • For stubborn stains or built-up dirt: Carefully wash with a recommended stain remover, such as Vanish (Vanish Oxi Action), and/ or a high-pressure cleaner at the moderate setting. It is a good idea to remove the core from the cover and wash and dry them separately. Make sure to clean both sides of the outer cover.**Please note that the cushion cover is machine washable at 30°C**
  • Storage:
    • There are several ways to properly store your furniture in the autumn and winter months for maximum protection and to make spring cleaning easier.
    • Furniture Frames:
      • It is best to store furniture frames indoors.
      • Alternatively, they can be stored on a covered terrace, patio or carport, where they are protected from the elements.
      • Finally, furniture frames can be stored outdoors under a furniture cover. **However, please note that condensation can form under the furniture cover, which can cause mold and mildew. Therefore, make sure to lift the cover away from the furniture to ensure proper air circulation and minimize condensation**
    • Furniture cushions:
      • It is best to store cushions indoors in a ventilated room.
      • Alternatively, they can be stored in a cushion box on a covered terrace, patio or carport, protecting them from the elements and ensuring proper ventilation.
      • Do not store your cushions on the furniture frames if you live in a moist climate, as this can cause mold and mildew to form on the surface, making spring cleaning more difficult.

SELECTED PP:

  • Material:
    • 100% polypropylene (PP)
    • UV-resistant
  • To Clean:
    • Stains: In case of food or drink spills, wash the spot immediately with warm soapy water and allow the cushion, rugs or footstool to dry in an upright position.
    • For more thorough cleaning: All cushion or footstool covers can be removed and machine-washed at 30°C. Make sure the cover is completely dry before putting it back on the product. All throws are machine washable at 30°C.
    • For stubborn stains or built-up soil: Carefully wash with a recommended stain remover, such as Vanish (Vanish Oxi Action).
  • Storage:
    • It is best to store the cushion, rug and footstool indoors.
    • Alternatively, they can be stored in a watertight, ventilated cushion box on a covered terrace, patio or carport, protecting them from the elements while ensuring proper ventilation.

**For further questions, please contact info@cane-line.com or visit Cane-line.com Material, maintenance, cleaning & storing**