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While our outdoor furniture can be placed in fully outdoor areas or undercover outdoors, it is not completely resistant to the elements such as sun and rain and may require occasional maintenance. Please adhere to the care instructions provided to ensure your furniture remains in top condition.

Rust & Sealed Finish
Woodoc No 50

Painted Products

Our furniture, shelves, and other painted items are coated with a quick dry enamel red oxide paint as a base coat, followed by a black dry enamel paint. This coating is easy to maintain - simply wash the surface with mild dish soap and water on a regular basis to keep furniture well maintained. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or tools to prevent damage and rust. If needed, we offer a sandblast and recoating service at an additional cost for furniture that has not been well-maintained over time.

Powder Coated

Rust & Sealed Products

Our Rust & Seal products undergo a genuine rusting process on untreated steel, resulting in a unique and authentic rust finish. Unlike traditional paint techniques, our rust is the real deal. Once the rusting process is complete, we apply a sealant using Woodoc No50, a marine oil-based clear varnish that leaves a durable finish with a subtle sheen that will naturally fade over time. If you notice the rust beginning to show through the varnish, particularly a textured rusty appearance, it is important to reseal the product promptly. Avoid sanding the steel, as this will remove the rust finish and expose the shiny raw metal underneath. If you have neglected the furniture for an extended period of time, we provide a sandblasting, re-rust, and sealing service at additional cost. We are happy to provide a quote for the required work.

Painted Finish

Powder Coated Products

A microfibre cloth or sponge should be used to wipe over the surfaces of the furniture. Removing surface water with a drying cloth (like you would use on your car) will help avoid water spots. Avoid using any abrasive cleaning agents or materials, as these could mark the surface of the powder coat.

To prevent rust from forming under powder coating surfaces, avoid bumping and chipping them. If a surface does get chipped, seal the damaged area with a matching paint to prevent moisture from seeping in. Alternatively, we offer a sandblasting and re-powder coating service at an additional cost.

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