If Anson 11 restaurant in El Paso, Texas is any indication, this time-worn adage couldn’t ring truer. According to Contract Furniture Company’s Project Manager, Carrie Sharer, “after working closely with the restaurateurs for nearly two years, their vision for this timeless yet contemporary restaurant space has finally come to fruition.”
Recently featured in an Online Exclusive article for Hospitality Design magazine, Anson 11’s interior serves as a prime example of how the treasures of the past can be seamlessly integrated with modern-day furnishings.
Choosing Sunbrella fabrics for your commercial outdoor furniture is a decision you will never regret.
The benefits of Sunbrella upholstery fabric are many, but here are the main highlights:
It resists and inhibits mildew, mold and rot
It is impervious to atmospheric chemicals and environmental pollutants
Sunbrella fabric prevents 98% of UV radiation from passing through, which is an especially crucial feature in shade applications.
Care and Cleaning of Sunbrella Upholstery Fabrics
Keeping Sunbrella fabric looking its best simple and easy:
Use a sponge or soft brush to apply mild soap and warm water to the fabric
Allow to air dry
For stubborn stains or mildew:
Add one cup of bleach per gallon of soap and water
Apply mixture directly to the stain
Use a sponge or soft brush to clean
Allow to air dry
If necessary, repeat this process with additional bleach mixture
NOTE: Always rinse your Sunbrella upholstery thoroughly. Bleach won’t harm the fabric, but it could damage clothing if not rinsed away. Sunbrella fabric air dries very quickly. Machine drying is unnecessary and high heat may damage the fabric.
One of the best ways to keep Sunbrella fabrics looking good – and to delay major deep cleaning – is to properly maintain them. This can be accomplished by simply brushing off any dirt or debris before it becomes embedded in the fabric weave. You will also want to wipe up spills as soon as they occur, as well as spot clean immediately after stains happen.
Refer to the list below for a common stains and recommended cleaning solutions to be used on your Sunbrella upholstery fabrics:
Dried Blood – 2 oz. dishwashing liquid and 4-8 oz. of ammonia per 1 gallon of water. Rinse thoroughly.