Furniture care: We should never overlook the importance of furniture care. Our aim is for you to fully enjoy the furniture that you buy from us. To keep that ‘just bought’, fresh appearance is not hard if you follow a few simple guidelines. Follow the advice on furniture care and prevent problems occurring.
Home Furniture Care
Think of caring for your furniture as more of a deterrent to a potential problem rather than a cure all. Here are just a few of our top tips on how to care for your furniture and keep it happy. Dusting is one of the first things we put off if we’ve only got time for a quick clean. However, try to put a moment aside every couple of weeks to pay attention to those special pieces of furniture. This can really benefit them in the long run. Giving furniture a polish is a bit like giving your skin a cleanse and a touch of moisturiser…
In a nutshell, try to remember the following:
Use a soft lint free cloth for dusting.
Garden Furniture Care
Casamoré Poly Rattan garden furniture is made from a fully weatherproof pvc rattan. This all‐weather synthetic rattan is very versatile. This poly rattan tolerates high extremes of heat. It also resists UV light to ensure that the coloured rattan does not fade. It is light in weight, durable and low maintenance. Any dust or dirt is easily washed off with water. The synthetic rattan is hand woven over an aluminium frame and is designed to live outdoors all year round.
Cleaning Your Poly Rattan garden furniture
When cleaning your rattan garden furniture set, first sweep your set with a small brush to remove light dust and dirt. Then use good old fashioned hot soapy water. Combine this with a little elbow
grease and you should be able to clean the majority of garden dirt off your furniture.
Possible effects of heat on you Poly Rattan garden furniture
Imagine the sun light shining through glass, you soon realise that it can get rather hot on the rattan below. To reduce the effect, we use special toughened glass that does not magnify as much as normal glass. Nevertheless, there is an element of heat being applied to the rattan. This heat can sometime slacken the rattan a little and give the appearance that the rattan is sagging. Whilst the rattan is sagging a little, it soon returns to its normal shape when the sun hides behind clouds.