Messina Umbrella 300 / 625 eur

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Keep cool under the shade of this square Messina umbrella and enjoy your outdoor space to the fullest. Build from long-lasting materials and with a classic design, Messina will protect you from the sun and guide you comfortably through hot summer days for many years to come.

Details
Meranti
Fabric / White
ØxH: 4,8x270 cm
Item no. S1910120
Material and care
  • Proper usage and maintenance

    Proper usage and maintenance is vital for getting the most out of the valuable resources we have. Our designs are made to last for generations, but just like everything else, they need a little care to get there.

  • Meranti

    Origin
    Meranti is commonly found in Southeast Asia. The Skagerak Meranti comes from Indonesia.

    Why
    Meranti is a strong, durable type of wood and is therefore the perfect choice for parasol poles. Meranti comes in a variety of warm colours.

    Cleaning
    Use soapy water and wipe with a dry cloth or use suitable furniture cleaner for outdoor use.

    Maintenance
    The parasol pole has been oiled and should be re-oiled on a regular basis. Otherwise it will lose some of its warm glow.

    Winter storage
    During the winter it is advisable to store the parasol pole in an unheated room such as a garage or cellar. However it is possible to leave the parasol pole outside all year round if using a cover.

  • Parasol Fabric

    Why
    The durable parasol fabric is made from 100% spun polyester; polyester fibers spun into yarns. Spun polyester does not wrinkle nor shrink and is a colour-fast material resistant to stains. Furthermore, the fabric is Teflon treated which makes it water and dirt repellent. However, be aware that the fabric is not directly waterproof.

    Cleaning and maintenance
    If the fabric becomes dirty, try to remove the dirt with a brush or damp cloth. Washing is not recommended as this will damage the Teflon treatment.

    Winter storage
    During the winter it is advisable to store the parasol fabric in an unheated room such as a garage or cellar. To avoid marks and stains it is important to ensure that the fabric is completely dry before storing.