We all want to kick back and relax when we retire, and the Drum Works Furniture Salsa Loveseat is no different. This loveseat spent years working in a factory as one of a million steel drums, but it's quit that life, cleaned itself up, and is now living the good life as an all-weather loveseat. This piece started as a 55-gallon steel barrel that was used in an industrial setting. The body is laser-milled by a CNC machine that gives it straight lines and smooth edges. The curved back is MIG-welded in place and matches the natural curve of the spine for a truly comfortable sitting experience. The exterior still carries the dings and dents that offer proof of its previous life, but it has been sandblasted smooth and finished with a baked-on powder-coat of bright red. The seat is covered with a thick layer of dense foam underneath striped Sunbrella upholstery. Sunbrella fabric is designed to resist fading and staining, making it an ideal choice for outdoor furniture. High-quality fasteners, pressure-treated woods, and solid welding give this piece strength and reliability that will have it at the center of your outdoor space for years to come. There are more pieces by Drum Works, so take a look and see what else might work in your space.
Sunbrella has been the leader in performance fabrics for over 45 years. Impeccable quality, sophisticated styling and best-in-class warranties prove the new generation of Sunbrella offers more possibilities than ever. Sunbrella fabrics are breathable and water-repellant. If kept dry, they will not support the growth of mildew as natural fibers will. Beautiful and durable, Sunbrella is a name you can trust in your outdoor furniture.
Cleaning and Caring for Sunbrella
Regular maintenance is the best way to keep your Sunbrella fabrics looking good and delay deep, vigorous cleaning. Brush off dirt before it becomes embedded in the fabrics, and wipe up spills as soon as they occur. For light cleaning, use a mild soap and water solution and a sponge, allowing your cleaning solution to soak into the fabric. Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue and allow fabric to air dry.
This product can expose you to chemicals including Antimony Oxide (Antimony trioxide), which is known to the State of California to cause: cancer.
This product can expose you to chemicals including Arsenic (inorganic oxides), which is known to the State of California to cause: cancer.
This product can expose you to chemicals including Diisononyl phthalate (DINP), which is known to the State of California to cause: cancer.
This product can expose you to chemicals including Wood dust, which is known to the State of California to cause: cancer.