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Sag Harbor Corner Outdoor Sectional Unit

SKU#: KB-SH27    ID#: 2879
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About this Item

Highlights

  • Main image shown with Sunbrella Grade A Canvas fabric and Driftwood frame
  • Use the corner chair as the anchor for your sectional
  • Hand-built using a rustproof aluminum frame and only the finest all-weather wicker
  • Non-skid panels on the underside of seat cushions prevent them from sliding

Specifications

Depth37.50 in
Width37.50 in
Height29.00 in
Weight37.00 lbs
Seat Height16.50 in
Cushion FillPolyester 
Country of OriginIndonesia 
Furniture MaterialAluminum, Woven 

Description

The versatility of the Kingsley Bate Sag Harbor Corner Outdoor Sectional Unit cannot be overestimated. This modular chair can stand alone as a functional corner chair or be combined with the armless and end units for a customized arrangement that fits your particular space. The cushions, which are available in a wide range of attractive, outdoor-proof fabrics, are box-tailored and conform to the most comfortable back position. The frame is fully-welded aluminum which is corrosion resistant and hidden completely under woven a UV resistant outdoor wicker that will not peel or fade and is waterproof. Frames are stocked in three colors: Mocha, Oyster and Driftwood. Note that the seat cushions have anti-skid panels which keep them securely in place.

The corner chair and left/right end chair is the same frame, but with different cushions.

Note - using a patterned or textured fabric on a sectional is not recommended due to potential different pattern directions on adjacent or complementary pieces within the same collection.

Review the Kingsley Bate Catalog for the complete Kingsley Bate outdoor furnishings and accessories. Questions regarding furniture cleaning and tips can be found in the Kingsley Bate Care and Maintenance Sheet. All questions related to warranty information can be answered by reviewing the Kingsley Bate Warranty.

At A Glance

  • No Assembly RequiredNo Assembly Required
  • Cushion Includedcushion included
  • Made In IndonesiaMade in Indonesia

Product Protection

Cleaning Woven Furniture
To clean your woven furniture, rinse the frame with fresh water using a high hose pressure. Be careful to avoid any teak details on the furniture as the high pressure can erode the surface of the timber. Optionally, you may wash the woven material with mild detergent and warm water using a soft brush. After washing, rinse with fresh water until there are no soap bubbles remaining. Allow the furniture to air-dry. If using a specialty outdoor furniture cleaner, avoid using a foaming product, as foam cleaners can leave residue in the gaps of the weaving and later attract dirt. For additional details please review the Kingsley Bate Care and Maintenance FAQs Sheet.

Winter Care
Kingsley Bate recommends that woven furniture be stored for the winter in climates exposed to snow and freezing temperatures. Furniture must be stored in an upright position to allow for proper water drainage. Storing furniture upside-down may cause water to accumulate and freeze inside the frame, causing structural damage. Always thoroughly clean your furniture before placing in storage. The best place to store your furniture is a dry garage, garden shed, or basement. You may also store your woven furniture outdoors using breathable furniture covers.

Cushions should be stored for the winter in climates exposed to snow and freezing temperatures. Cushions should be cleaned and allowed to air dry before placing into storage. Always store cushions in a dry, well ventilated area.

Cleaning Cushions
Kingsley Bate cushions are made with either Sunbrella or Outdura fabrics, a 100% solution-dyed acrylic. The fabric should be cleaned regularly before environmental deposits such as dirt, etc., are allowed to accumulate and become embedded.

Kingsley Bate strongly recommends that you do not remove the fill from your cushions when cleaning the cushion fabric. Instead, clean the cushions with the fill in place. Most cushions are 'stuffed' using specialized machinery, and it is not always possible to re-stuff the cushions by hand and achieve a professional, finished appearance.

To clean the fabric, simply brush off any loose dirt, and then clean briskly with a sponge using fresh water and a mild natural soap (Woolite is acceptable). Water temperature should be no more than 100 degree F (37 degree C), as acrylic fiber is heat sensitive at high temperatures. Do not subject the fabric to excessive heat as it will shrink. Do not steam press, iron, or dry in electric or gas dryers.

Sunbrella and Outdura Fabrics are treated with a fluorocarbon finish that acts as a sealant, making it resistant to water and stains. If you use liquid detergent instead of a natural soap to clean your cushions, it may be necessary to reapply the water repellent treatment to the fabric. We recommend using 303 Hi Tech Fabric Guard or a similar product.

If your cushion becomes saturated with water, unzip the cushion and stand it on its edge in a dry, sunny location. The zipper-side should be facing down to allow the water to drain through the opening. Cushions will typically dry in 24-48 hours depending on the level of saturation and the weather conditions during the drying process.

When cushions are not being used, you may also wish to stand them on edge within the furniture frame. Doing so will reduce the surface area exposed to the rain and allow for faster drying.

Avoid putting the fabric in direct contact with oil-based products, which may cause the fabric to age more rapidly. If direct contact with an oil-based product occurs, clean the fabric promptly.

Furniture Covers
Furniture covers should be cleaned regularly before environmental deposits (dirt, etc.) are allowed to accumulate and become embedded in the fabric. We recommend spot cleaning furniture covers. Start by brushing off any loose dirt/debris, then clean using a sponge, fresh water, and mild soap.