General Maintenance

Loll furniture will not rot and requires no paint, stain or ongoing maintenance to keep its beautiful appearance. It is a good idea to occasionally inspect the furniture fastening to ensure bolts are not loosening. Daily expansion and contraction caused by heating and cooling can occasionally loosen hardware.
Watch the video below for more information on seasonal maintenance.

Furniture Cleaning

Most often, a simple hose-off will do the trick. If there is more dirt, a simple wet rag and natural spray cleaner should be sufficient. Microfiber towels also work great. If there is dirt embedded in the texture, use mild soap and water and a stiff but gentle-bristled brush. You can power wash your furniture if you like that sort of thing. If you find the natural surroundings are leaving your products continuously dirty, we do offer covers for the Lollygagger Lounges and Adirondacks which can be a great preventative tactic.
Watch the videos below for more information on cleaning using our cleaning kit:

Cushion Care

Sunbrella fabric, is the best available in the outdoor market, and is fabricated to be stain, mildew, and fade resistant.   While the fabric does contain a finish that is water repellant, for better longevity, we do recommend covering or storing your product during heavy rainstorms or through the winter months.  Sunbrella fabrics can, however, withstand seaside conditions and chlorine environments.  The cushions are easy to clean, and we recommend simply spot cleaning with a mild soap and water.  For more thorough instructions, please visit Sunbrella’s cleaning page

To extend the life of your cushions, or to prevent spring cleaning, we now offer covers for the Nisswa Collection.  These tailor fit, Sunbrella, Sur-Last covers will protect your chair from a nearby deciduous tree, bird spatters, or any other unforeseen incident, leaving your pieces clean and ready at moment’s notice.

Seasonal Storage

Not required! Our durable HDPE can be left out year round. Designed to weather all four seasons, there is no need to store or cover your furniture in the winter. Our only recommendation is if by chance you receive an abnormal amount of snow, like feet upon feet, to give your furniture a little relief and shovel some of that snow off of it.
*Use cushions with your lounge chairs/sofa or have a Nisswa piece? See Cushion Care section above for storage details.