Teal – Sunbrella 100% solution dyed acrylic canvas outdoor cushion cover.
Material: 100% Sunbrella Solution Dyed Acrylic
Zip: YKK Invisible Zipper
Thread: Seam sewn with UV resistant thread
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For a Plump Cushion: Cushion insert should be ordered 5cm larger than your cushion cover.
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UV & Fade Resistant
Traditional dyeing processes only leave colour on the surface of the fibre and they will easily fade.
They can have an applied finish that will wash off over the course of time.
The majority of outdoor fabric manufacturers sell this type of coated fabric designed for outdoor use.
They are only fade resistant for up to 500 hours of UV sunlight.
They are not made from 100% solution dyed acrylic.
Our Sunbrella fibres are saturated to the core with highly UV stable pigments.
This makes our Sunbrella cushions resistant to fading and the degrading effects of sunlight.
Sunbrella fabrics’ performance characteristics are an integral part of the fabric.
Sunbrella fabrics are 100% solution dyed acrylic.
We offer a 5 year warranty against fading from normal use and exposure conditions.
These fabrics are designed to be breathable so they are water repellent but not completely waterproof.
Mould and Mildew Resistant
Sunbrella fabrics resist mould and mildew.
Should exposure to dirt cause mould to occur all Sunbrella fabrics can be safely cleaned with bleach.
To clean, simply brush of dirt and debris before it gets embedded in the fabric.
Mildew grows on dirt, pollen and other organic matter.
Simple routine cleanings will prevent mould and mildew from forming.
Sunbrella fabric is chlorine resistant and perfect for use around swimming pools.
Colour goes into the core of the Sunbrella fibres which means Sunbrella fabric can be cleaned using bleach without losing its colour.