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Sunbrella fabric is a high-end material resistant to fading and damage from UV rays, seawater, and pool products. Nevertheless, to keep it looking new for as long as possible, here are some tips to assist you.

Indoor or Outdoor Use

Sunbrella fabric is versatile and can be used both indoors and outdoors. Depending on your usage, refer to the specific cleaning instructions provided by Sunbrella to get the best cleaning methods tailored to your situation. Sunbrella Care and Cleaning Guide.

Fresh Stains

In the case of new stains on your Sunbrella, gently blot (do not rub) spilled liquids with a clean, dry cloth. For oil or oily product stains, apply an absorbent such as cornstarch, then clean using a scraper.

Next, prepare a cleaning solution by mixing water and mild soap. Use this solution to clean the stain by gently scrubbing with a sponge or soft-bristle brush. Rinse the fabric thoroughly to remove any soap residue.

Finally, allow your pouf to air dry before using it again.

Persistent Stains

If the stain doesn’t completely disappear after the first attempt, there are different cleaning methods that may be more suitable. Cleaning instructions might slightly vary based on whether your pouf is used indoors or outdoors. We recommend following the appropriate cleaning instructions for your specific usage. Sunbrella Care and Cleaning Guide.

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