When leaving a netting hammock outside, caution must be exercised, as unexpected winds can result in cord damage from mechanical abrasion against walls, poles, trees, plants etc. When treated with the appropriate care your netting hammock will provide many years of pleasurable service. Hammock World netting hammocks are very durable and require minimum maintenance. Should you need to wash your hammock, this must be done by hand, but first you have to prepare the hammock netting.
Washing Instructions - Hold the hammock end loops apart in each hand so your hammock hangs vertically – now twist both end loops evenly in similar directions. Once the hammock is fully twisted, tie the end loops firmly together, your hammock is now ready for washing. Hand knead your hammock taking care not to tangle the netting. Rinse well and air dry.
It is advisable to always twist the end loops together when transporting or storing your hammock.
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Hammock Cushion Care
Sunbrella® furniture fabric provides the ultimate
in fade and stain resistance - even mildew is no match
for Sunbrella® fabric. For over 50 years, Sunbrella® has
been the leader in performance outdoor fabric, so you
can relax with the peace of mind that comes with Hammock
Worlds' quality and ease of maintenance.
During manufacturing, Sunbrella® fabric is treated
to resist dirt and stains. In most cases, Sunbrella® fabric
can be spot cleaned by sponging with mild soap and
warm water. DO NOT IRON OR DRY CLEAN - Sunbrella® fabric
is heat sensitive.
For further cleaning advise visit Sunbrella® cleaning guides -
Storing your Comfort Cushion - When not in use, the
Comfort Cushion is best stored vertically in a closet
using a clothes hanger. Hang the Cushion by the 'pillow
straps', this will allow air to circulate around the
Cushion and the polyester fill to retain its' loft.