St. Tropez Chaise Replacement Cushion

SKU#: KB-CUS70ST    ID#: 8374
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St. Tropez Chaise Replacement Cushion

SKU#: KB-CUS70ST    ID#: 8374
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WarrantyCovered by the Kingsley Bate warranty.

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About this Item

Highlights

  • Main image shown with Sunbrella Grade A Canvas fabric
  • Fits the ST70 Kingsley Bate St. Tropez Chaise Lounge
  • Made of polyester foam fill wrapped in acrylic fabric
  • Bullnose edge, self-welt, ties and zipper. Call for contrast welt

Specifications

Width23.00 in
Height3.50 in
Length75.00 in
Weight10.00 lbs
Cushion FillPolyester 
Fits Product SKU(s)ST70  

Description

These replacement cushions are made by Kingsley Bate and are constructed to fit the Kingsley Bate St. Tropez Chaise Lounger (Items #ST70). These comfortable all-weather cushions are filled with either urethane foam wrapped with polyester fiber or with blow-filled polyester fiber. All cushions are available with Sunbrella Fabrics. Cushions are sewn with a lock-stitch sewing method for superior seam strength and tear resistance. Color coordinated zippers are standard. Replacement cushions are made-to-order and all sales are final. For assistance determining the correct cushion, please contact our showroom.

These Kingsley Bate outdoor replacement cushions come standard with (1) Bullnose Edge with self welt and ties measuring 23"W x 75"D x 3.5"H, 28"T. All dimensions are close approximates. Please note that fill variation, seam allowances and measurement style may affect the final measurements.

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

Product Protection

First Time Cushion Use
Teak has oil that occurs naturally in the wood. Expect some of this oil to bleed out following the first few rainfalls. In order to protect your cushions, bring them inside before the furniture gets wet. Stains from teak oil are not covered under warranty. Once the furniture has begun to form a silver-gray patina, it is no longer necessary to bring the cushions indoors.

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.