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Capistrano Deep Seating Sofa

Capistrano Deep Seating Sofa

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This Capistrano Deep Seating Sofa comfortably sits three and is the perfection addition for your backyard deep seating collection or inside your home. With its spaciously modern, elegant, and comfortable teak design, you can be sure to entertain guests, family, and friends over a good time. Add other pieces such as ottomans, coffee tables, or mix and match with other pieces of the Capistrano Deep Seating Collection. Comes included with 6″ thick Sunbrella cushions made to last outdoors without mildew and minimal discoloration. Packaged knocked down with easy assembly and back support adjustable up to four positions.

Specification:
Product: Capistrano Deep Seating Sofa
SKU #: DS-803
Dimension: 85″W 37″D 35″H; Seat Height with Cushion: 18″H 
Weight: 79 lbs
Material: A-Grade Teak Solid Wood.
Finishing: Natural Finish Smooth Well Sanded.
Assembly: Assembly Required

Care & Cleaning Instructions 

How do I look after my teak furniture?

Teak is a natural product; it can be left out in the open all year round through rain, hail or shine. Its color will gradually mellow to a graceful silver grey. The character of your furniture will alter, but its strength will remain. An occasional scrub down with hot soapy water will compliment this process and discourage any moss growth.

How should I clean my teak furniture?

To clean your teak furniture, we recommend first scrubbing down the furniture with a stiff bristle brush and then hosing the furniture using soft-pressurized water. After washing down and still wet apply a Teak Cleaner onto your furniture using a sponge and let it sit for 4-5 minutes. Then scrub again to clean and remove excess dirt and build up and finish by rinsing down with hose and water. Cleaning and scrubbing should be done with the grain of the wood.

How can I maintenance the original color of the golden honey brown from aging to a silver -grey patina?

To preserve the original color from aging to a silver-grey patina, you must apply a teak sealer/protectant (not teak oil) onto your furniture. Teak Sealers are different than Teak Oil and works by sealing the existing oils present in the wood, preventing UV rays, water, contaminants and moisture from penetrating the wood. Teak Sealers provide longer lasting protection than

Teak Oils – up to one year or more and should be reapplied annually as opposed to monthly application for teak oils, does not leave an oily substance on the surface of the wood that can accumulate mildew, mold or fungus growth and does not affect the teak wood’s natural oils present or it’s color when applying with a clear teak sealer.

Are there any preliminary steps before applying a teak seller?

If the furniture is not new and has been used outdoors, we recommend first cleaning it by scrubbing down the furniture with a stiff bristle brush and then washing the furniture using a soft-pressurized water hose. After washing down and still wet apply a Teak Cleaner onto your furniture using a sponge and let it sit for 4-5 minutes. After 4-5 minutes, scrub again to clean and remove excess dirt and build up and finish by rinsing down with hose and water. Cleaning and scrubbing should be done with the grain of the wood.

Do I need to wash or clean my teak furniture before using it for the first time?

Yes. Before leaving your teak furniture outside where rainfall may occur, we recommend to wipe down with a damp cloth to remove any leftover wood dust from the manufacturing process. Before placing cushions on your teak furniture, remove any leftover wood dust by wiping the furniture with a damp cloth, especially the seats of the furniture as teak wood produces natural oils that will secrete and may stain your cushions if not properly wiped down. Expect some of this natural oil to secrete out following the first few rainfalls, and if in contact with the water, may leave oil stains on your patio or floor. After the first few wipe downs, furniture contact with water should not be an issue.

Manufacturer Warranty 

Product Warranty:
Anderson Teak proudly offers manufacturer warranties on every product we sell.  We are 100% standing behind our products. Please click here for details.

Cushion

Is Sunbrella® waterproof?

Sunbrella® is not waterproof but it is water repellant. This means that during the manufacturing process a water repellant finish is applied to the fabric. The wear resulting from normal usage and cleaning will slowly reduce the effectiveness of this finish. If your fabric remains constantly exposed to the elements and water repellency is a factor then we suggest that you re-treat your Sunbrella® fabrics after vigorous cleaning with a water repellant treatment or fabric guard, available from marine shops.

Do Sunbrella® fabrics provide uv protection?

Sunbrella® fabrics have been tested and proven to provide up to 98% uv protection from the harmful effects of the sun, depending on the depth of color. White and lighter colored fabrics provide less protection than darker fabrics do. This protective factor is inherent to the product and will not be reduced by usage and/or exposure of the fabric to the sun.

How to clean up a new spill on Sunbrella fabric?

  • Blot (don’t rub) liquid spills with a clean, dry cloth. For oil-based spills, apply

an absorbent such as corn starch, then remove with a straight edge.

  • Spray on a mild cleaning solution of soap (such as Dawn® or Woolite®) and water.
  • Rinse the fabric thoroughly to remove all soap residue.
  • Air dry

How to remove mold or mildew on your cushion?

Sunbrella fabrics do not promote mildew growth, however, mildew may grow on dirt and other foreign substances if not removed from the fabric. To remove mould or mildew:

  • Prepare a solution of 1 cup of bleach and 1/4 cup mild soap per gallon of water.
  • Spray on entire area and allow to soak into the fabric for 15 minutes.
  • Clean entire surface area with a sponge, clean towel or very soft bristle brush.
  • Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue.
  • Air dry.

For severe mold/mildew growth, bleach quantities may be increased.It is best to clean the entire surface area of the fabric to avoid water rings and residue.

How to clean up Oil Based Spills?

Immediately apply an absorbent such as corn starch directly on the oil-based spill. Let sit for 10 minutes and remove the excess using a straight edge or ruler. This helps remove the spill and prevents it from being pressed into the fabric. Then proceed with the cleaning process. For other spills, products such as 303® Multi-Surface Cleaner, Dawn®, or Resolve® are applicable.


FAQs

What is teak oil used for and why should I apply teak oil to my products?

Teak oil is used to recover your furniture’s natural golden brown color but is only a temporary solution that must be applied monthly. Furthermore, Teak oil is not actually made from teak oil and does not protect the furniture from UV rays, water, contaminants and moisture from penetrating the wood, unlike a teak sealer which we would rather recommend. Furthermore, when applying teak oil, it will leave an oily substance on the surface of the wood that can accumulate mildew, mold or fungus growth if applied unevenly.

What type of wood does Anderson Teak use on its Anderson Teak Collection?

Teak – Grade A Anderson Teak

Only Premium Grade-A Teak wood is used under the Anderson Teak Collection with the final product arriving unfinished, sanded smooth, without any finish for an authentic and natural smooth touch – the best way to showcase Grade-A Teak.


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