Product Care

Batyline & Textilene

How to care for your Batyline & Textilene outdoor furniture.
Batyline & Textilene are high quality synthetic fabrics made from composite PVC.
These breathable mesh materials are made to withstand the elements and are easy maintenance, comfortable and durable.


General Care

  • Remove dirt, dust & debris regularly with a soft-bristled brush.
  • Clean spills immediately. Blot spill with a clean cloth to absorb as much of the spill as possible. If required, apply a diluted, mild detergent and let solution sit for 2-3 minutes, then brush the surface repeatedly in a circular motion. Stand for 1 minute, then remove all residue with a clean, damp sponge and cool water. Dry thoroughly.
  • Sharp items such as pens and keys should be removed from pockets and not come in contact with the mesh. Contact with sharp or abrasive objects can cause damage or cuts in the material.


Important Considerations

  • Speak with your Designer to ensure the products selected are suitable for your specific environment as well as discuss the level of maintenance that will be needed.
  • Your outdoor furniture may require different levels of care depending on the environment in which it is used. In general, monthly cleaning and maintenance of your outdoor furniture is recommended to help prevent damage.
  • As coastal/seaside environments may accelerate development of natural salt deposits and deterioration of your outdoor furniture, it is important to consider that products used in these locations will require frequent maintenance.
  • Consider storing your outdoor furniture during the off-season or extreme weather to avoid preventable damage and deterioration. To store, clean the product thoroughly and let it dry completely. Store in a dry, cool place away from direct sunlight. Do not store in humid or high moisture environments.


More Product Care

  • Quick Dry Foam
    Quick Dry Foam
    Read more
  • Sunbrella Fabric
    Sunbrella Fabric
    Read more
  • Sunproof Fabric
    Sunproof Fabric
    Read more