It's important to keep your Sunbrella fabrics clean and dirt free. Sunbrella fabrics are highly mildew resistant, however, dirt and mud are not. Most times, when you see mildew on an umbrella made with Sunbrella fabrics, it's because dirt and mud where allowed to get on the umbrella canopy, embedding into the fabric. As mud and dirt get wet and are exposed to the air, mildew grows on the particles. The fabric resists the mildew, but it still grows on the foreign particles.
Have you ever sat in the direct sun for a long lunch? It can be torture on hot days. You could be at home or at your local restaurant, and a outdoor umbrella can make the difference between having a nice day and feeling like you are being roasted for lunch. Here are some really great reasons you should invest in a good patio umbrella.
Oh God, it's time to go pick out a patio umbrella.
What do you do now? I mean, there's big ones, little ones, aluminum ones, wood ones, garden ones....which of the ones do I pick. (see that really cool grammar?)
Stop for a moment and take the time to consider the following tips. They'll help, I swear.
Sunbrella, which is our flagship fabric line, and one of the most known outdoor fabrics in the US, has announced a fantastic new program for recycling used Sunbrella fabrics. Here is a quote from the blog.
The new program, “Recycle My Sunbrella,” operates through a new website - www.recyclemysunbrella.com. Anyone interested in submitting Sunbrella fabrics for recycling should visit the site for additional details on the return process.
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