Cast aluminum is a bluish silver white material, which is light, strong and malleable. This furniture starts as a melted liquid that is poured into sand castings or precision machined molds to form component parts. These castings are then meticulously grinded, polished and hand welded. Because the furniture is solid aluminum, there will be no rusting over its lifetime.
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These frames are formed by forcing aluminum through dies. The result is a seamless extrusion of aluminum that comes in many shapes and forms. It can be bent into beautiful shapes and styles. Finished with an electrostatically applied powder-coat paint for a durable long lasting finish warranted by manufacturers against peeling and flaking.
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Fabrics, Cushions, and Sling Strap
The buckets or seats are durable outdoor fabric made from polyester yarn coated with vinyl, woven into fabric and then sealed to prevent unraveling. The open mesh construction allows air and water to pass through. The fabric provides excellent resistance to abrasion, mildew, heat, stains, soiling, chemicals, fading and sunlight. Another choice is strap seats made of high quality vinyl. The color is impregnated, making the color consistent throughout the strap. When the vinyl is stretched it will return to its original shape and size.
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Wrought Iron furniture is made from heavy gauge, low carbon steel, often in the rich heritage of design and craftsmanship created by original artisans. State of the art paint processes are used to provide strong, durable finishes. The beauty and character of hand-formed metal blended with intricate details allows these collections to fit any style or taste. With both contemporary and traditional offerings, the wrought iron furniture groups complement your outdoor patio, deck or porch setting. Usage of wrought iron furniture near any swimming area or shore location may accelerate the onset of rust on steel frames.
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Maintenance – Do not use bleach on fabrics unless specifically listed as a cleaning agent for your specific fabric. The life of your fabric largely depends on its care and use. Certain sun block products may permanently discolor any fabric. This possibility can be minimized by immediately cleaning after contact. It is important to clean your fabric regularly.
You must retain your original sales receipt for future reference. You will need item numbers, frame finish and fabric information to order replacement parts for your furniture, file any warranty claims or add matching pieces to your existing collection.