Product Care Instructions - Furniture
Putting your feet up after a long day hike is a simple moment to relish. Taking regular care of your chair or table will ensure you enjoy the comfort of that moment adventure after adventure. Mountain Designs recommends the following care instructions:
Cleaning Your Chair/Table
- Hand wash with a mild, non-detergent soap and water, with the chair/table assembled. Use a soft sponge to gently scrub away any marks or stains. Avoid using dishwashing liquids, bleach, spot removers, fabric softeners or laundry powder. Most of these cleaners have strong perfumes which will attract bugs, mice and other creepy crawlies, and they will affect your chair/table's material strength.
- Rinse the chair/table well, wipe with a towel, and then let it air dry before disassembling and storing.
- Do not tumble dry, dry clean or iron your chair/table.
Storing Your Chair/Table
- Store your chair/table in a cool, dry place that has good ventilation. Ensure it is completely dry before you store it. An ideal storage solution is to keep it loosely in a cardboard box off the ground away from pests that could get inside.
- Avoid storing your chair/table in direct sunlight, damp or overly hot areas, or packed up in its stuff sack for any length of time.
General Tips & Notes
- Set up the chair/table at home to ensure you are familiar with it.
- Adhere to the weight rating of your chair/table and ensure you do not overload it.
- Clear away sharp or protruding objects from the ground where you set your chair/table up to ensure you don't injure yourself if you fall off.
- Never let the poles just snap together, as it can damage the pole ends.
- Avoid placing hot objects against the chair/table surfaces, such as cooking pots and pans, as they can damage the surface fabric.
- Be careful with chemicals, such as stove fuels.
- Insect repellents containing DEET can damage the materials used in the production of the chair/table.
- Keep the chair/table away from open flames as it uses non-flame retardant materials. Avoid cooking on your chair/table.