Care & Maintenance

Caring for your Woodard Furniture

Woodard Sling Removal and Installation
Parabolic/Flex Sling Removal/Installation - Part 1
Parabolic/Flex Sling Removal/Installation - Part 2
Standard Sling Removal/Installation
Chaise Lounge Sling Removal/Installation
Cleaning & Maintenance
HDPE Wicker Weave
Cleaning & Maintenance

For best results, clean regularly with mild detergent and warm water. Cleaning will help prevent mildew by washing out dirt particles that may become trapped. Shake out excess moisture after rinsing and allow to dry thoroughly before storing.

Removing Stains and Mildew

Clean with a solution of warm water, mild laundry detergent, and chlorine bleach (no more than 1/4 cup per three gallons of water). Never use a solvent-type solution.

Insect Repellents and Suntan Lotion

The use of insect repellents and suntan lotion is not recommended. Insect repellents and suntan lotions can reduce the life of HDPE, accelerate fading and stain fabrics. To avoid damage, wipe clean with mild laundry detergent and warm water.

Acrylic Poly/Olefin, PVC/Olefin, PVC/Acrylic
Cleaning & Maintenance

Spot wash by sponging briskly with a mild soap in lukewarm water (do not exceed 100°F). Thoroughly rinse with clean water to remove soap. Allow to air dry completely before storing.

Removing Stains and Mildew

Same as above

Insect Repellents and Suntan Lotion

The use of insect repellents and suntan lotion is not recommended. Insect repellents and suntan lotions can reduce the life of HDPE, accelerate fading and stain fabrics. To avoid damage, wipe clean with mild laundry detergent and warm water.

Wrought Iron Frames
Cleaning & Maintenance

Clean with warm, soapy water. Damage to the paint finish may cause corrosion, touch up with paint immediately. To maintain the gloss on non-textured finishes, protect with a fine automotive wax.

Removing Stains and Mildew

Woodard’s multi-step finishing process results in a stain-resistant finish. Severe stains may require light sanding and touch-up painting.

Insect Repellents and Suntan Lotion

The finish on Woodard furniture is formulated and baked on to make it highly resistant to repellents and lotions. However, to avoid discoloration, clean metal parts of these products frequently.

Aluminum Frames and Tops
Cleaning & Maintenance

Clean with a solution of warm water and mild soap. Use a fine automotive wax to maintain gloss on non-textured finishes.

Removing Stains and Mildew

Woodard’s multi-step finishing process results in a stain-resistant finish. Severe stains may require light sanding and touch-up painting.

Insect Repellents and Suntan Lotion

The finish on Woodard furniture is formulated and baked on to make it highly resistant to repellents and lotions. However, to avoid discoloration, clean the frame as soon as possible after the exposure.

Vinyl Straps
Cleaning & Maintenance

Clean with mild laundry detergent and warm water. Strap contains an effective fungicide and UV stabilizers.

Removing Stains and Mildew

To remove scuff marks on vinyl straps, apply toothpaste or gentle abrasive to a clean, dry cloth and rub gently. To remove mildew, use a solution of warm water, mild laundry detergent, and chlorine bleach (no more than 1/4 cup per three gallons of water). Never use a solvent-type solution.

Insect Repellents and Suntan Lotion

The use of insect repellents and suntan lotion is not recommended. Insect repellents can reduce the life of vinyl plastic, accelerate fading and stain fabrics. To avoid damage, wipe clean with mild laundry detergent and warm water.

Tempered Glass
Cleaning & Maintenance

Clean regularly with a soft cloth, a mild detergent and warm water. Buff dry with a clean, lint-free cloth.

Removing Stains and Mildew

Same as above.

Special Instructions

DO NOT USE solvents, scouring agents, carbon tetrachloride, undiluted bleach, janitorial cleansers or gasoline.

Impression Stone Mosaic Tops
Cleaning & Maintenance

Clean regularly with a soft cloth and warm water. For stubborn dirt, wipe gently with a moist sponge and dry with a clean, soft cloth.

Removing Stains and Mildew

Wet area immediately with warm water and a mild detergent. Let stand for a few minutes and wipe clean. If necessary, follow with a second cleaning using a soft cloth, warm water and a mild detergent. Wipe dry with a cloth.

Special Instructions

DO NOT USE solvents, scouring agents, carbon tetrachloride, undiluted bleach, janitorial cleansers or gasoline. Do not expose top to nail polish or acetone as these may damage the finish.