Simple style becomes a superpower when paired with Sunbrella fabric. That's why the FiberBuilt Paradise Cushions Sunbrella Wicker Chair Seat and Back Cushion is way more than what meets the eye. Sure, it comes in great color options, features a neat little button-tuft accent, and adds awesome comfort to your favorite outdoor chair. But, what you don't see right off the bat is its ability to thwart all of the elements the great outdoors can throw at it. Top-notch Sunbrella fabric with box-style seams provides this cushion with the power it needs to provide you with fiber-filled comfort year after year. Tie it to your favorite chair, give it the proper care it deserves, and you're outdoor seating experience will only improve from here on out.
These cushions are designed for outdoor use, but in order to prolong the life of the cushion, we recommend that you bring it in or protect it from the elements when not in use. All fabrics are treated to resist mildew. However, mildew is created by the presence of dirt combined with the prolonged exposure to moisture without proper drying. A regular cleaning program consisting of hosing down the cushions and allowing to completely dry in open air and sunlight will enhance the appearance and life of the cushions. Spot clean stains with a mild detergent and water solution.
And remember – always measure your furniture before you buy to ensure the best possible fit!
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.