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Lloyd Loom Painted Finishes
If the wicker finish becomes worn, scratched or chipped, clean and dry the area and cover with our Lloyd Flanders touch-up spray paint. If the painted frame becomes worn, scratched or chipped, lightly sand the area with fine grit sandpaper. Clean and dry the area, then cover with our Lloyd Flanders touch-up spray paint.
Lloyd Flanders Vinyl Finishes
Vacuum or use a soft brush on woven material and cushions to remove organic material to prevent decay. Using a sponge, wash with mild detergent and warm water to remove soil. Rinse and allow to dry thoroughly before use. We do not warranty freeze damage. Please use a breathable cover for your furniture in extreme climates.
If excessive water accumulates in cushions, stand upright with open zipper or seam side down. Be sure the inside of the cushion is completely dry.
Printed acrylics may be scrubbed with a solution of mild detergent and warm water. Do not use bleach. Rinse and air dry. DO NOT PUT IN DRYER OR DRY CLEANERS.
Cushions of solution dyed acrylic fabrics can be cleaned with one cup of chlorine bleach in one gallon of water with a small amount of mild detergent. Test in a small inconspicuous area. Saturate a rag or soft brush with the solution. Scrub the entire cushion and rinse well with water and let air dry.
Apply a light coat of Scotchguard to the cushion after cleaning.
Lloyd Flanders does not guarantee that our woven material and cushions will be mildew free. Mildew grows on damp, soiled items. Woven material and cushions must be kept clean.
Travertine/Slate Table Tops
Clean the surface with a mild detergent, then apply a good stone sealer. This will enhances the natural color and beauty of the stone, while helping protect the surface against U.V. rays and other natural elements.
In 1906, Marshall B. Lloyd opened the Lloyd Manufacturing Company in Menominee, Michigan, where he developed a timeless and unique process for creating fine woven furniture. Proud to continue crafting this heirloom furniture today, in the same facility where it all began.