Most AMATA outdoor furniture undergoes high-pressure impregnation, which makes it durable against outdoor elements and protects it from insects. It also extends the time between reapplications. To maintain the furniture's condition, apply a water-based preservative every two years.

How to care for your garden furniture

  • Keep the furniture clean and dry; tilt to allow water drainage.
  • Natural changes like color variations, small cracks, and dry surface finishes are expected.
  • Regularly oil metal parts. Also, tighten screws, bolts, and nuts during assembly and after that.
  • Store furniture in a cool, dry place when not in use; use water-repellent covers if stored outdoors.
  • Clean the discoloration with a mild, soapy solution. Keep the product well-ventilated to stop mold from growing.
  • Periodically re-tighten screws and fittings for stability.
  • Assemble on a flat surface. Note that metal parts may differ from those in the instructions. But this won't affect product strength.
  • Products impregnated with brown may initially smear, resolving over time.
  • Inspect your wooden furniture often. Look for any signs of damage, like splintering, warping, or loose joints. Dealing with these issues early can prevent further damage and extend the life of your furniture.
  • Depending on your climate, you may need to adjust your maintenance routine seasonally. For example, in cold places, you can store your furniture indoors during the winter. This protects it from freezing temperatures and moisture.
  • High-pressure impregnation protects for a long time. But, you must regularly check the condition of your furniture. If you notice water no longer beads on the wood, it may be time to reapply a water-based preservative. This keeps up its protective barrier.