Hand-braided Popcorn Cyclindrical Footstool that are hardwearing therefore making them ideal for demanding domestic and commercial environments.
The Verandah Collection is available in the Robala and Benya ranges consisting of several elegant tones, allowing you to define your outdoor space whether your style is modern and bold or timeless, understated chic.
The Verandah Collection is a collaboration between fresh South African designers and traditional crafters, all working to the highest international standards.
Made from WeatherTech fibre which is ideal for an outdoor setting: UV and strong light resistant Naturally hydrophobic Anti-microbial and therefore mildew and mould resistant Highly rated for low heat transfer Durable and easy to maintain Weatherproof Anti-allergen treated (optional) Bactericide treated (optional) Fire retardant (up to IMO Standards, optional)
15.5 in diameter x 19.5" H
How to clean your Verandah Collection Soft Furnishings
General Maintenance It’s advised that the loungers be covered during rainy conditions to prolong the life of the WeatherTech yarn and of the outer shell. Avoid leaving the soft furnishings in pools of water over a prolonged period of time as this will damage or cause deterioration of the underside cover, inner lining and outer shell.
Daily Cleaning Vacuum and remove impurities with a soft brush or a vacuum cleaner.
Deeper Cleaning At least every two weeks remove any deposits to avoid mould growth and the deterioration of the WeatherTech yarn and inner lining. Wash with cold water and neutral soap, rinse thoroughly with pure water to avoid mould growth. Keep in mind that after cleaning your soft furnishings, if there is any soap residue, it will attract dirt. The same is true if you are tempted to use fabric softener. Do not use any abrasive brushes, bleaching agents or solvents.
It is recommended to bring your Verandah Collection rugs, poufs & ottomans indoors during the autumn and winter season to prolong the lifetime of the product, placing them outdoors when the first signs of spring appear.