Maintenance & Warranty Information
To maintain the high-quality finish and comfort of your furniture, please follow the care and maintenance information provided by the relevant brand purchased. Please contact us if you would like to purchase any of the cleaning/protective products to help maintain your furniture.
Cosh Living warrants to the original purchaser that all furniture sold is free from defective materials and workmanship under their intended reasonable use for a period in line with that given by the relevant brand purchased. Please download the maintenance and warranty documents below.
If you have purchased items from Cosh Living and need to make a warranty claim, please click the button below. This will prompt you to fill out a form so we can collect all relevant details and action accordingly.
When teak is new, it has a beautiful golden hue. When left outside, teak will turn silver from exposure to sun and rain. Known commonly as the ‘patina’ of teak, it is the natural ageing process and loved by many.
How you maintain your teak will depend on if you want to keep it golden, or allow it to silver.
Silvered Teak: We recommend applying a ‘Teak Cleaner’ and then a ‘Teak Protector’ to add an extra layer of defence. When spills and marks occur, simply clean with a soft bristle brush and diluted pH neutral liquid + water solution.
Maintaining Golden Teak: We recommend a deep clean with ‘Super Cleaner’, and then natural ‘Teak Sealer’. Super Cleaner helps to bring oils back to the surface, and the Sealer will keep the colour and protect it from the elements. For best results, action twice a year.
We keep these teak products on hand. Get in touch with us to purchase the right products for your teak outdoor furniture.
Avoid prolonged contact with liquid, heat, bird droppings, chlorine and direct sunlight. Regularly wipe metal with a damp soft microfibre cloth to remove particles which can abrade the surface with wear. Abrasive cleaning products are not recommended.
Outdoor Upholstery Care
Fabrics used for outdoor furniture are resilient to the UV, water and mildew. The best practice to keep fabrics looking their best is to clean them regularly and act quickly when accidents occur. Brush off dirt, hose off salt and chlorine and wipe up spills before they have an opportunity to become embedded in the fabric. The quicker you clean spills and stains, the easier they can be to remove.
Try This First:
- Blot (don’t rub) liquid spills with a clean, dry cloth. For oil-based spills, apply an absorbent such as corn starch, then remove with a straight edge
- Spray on a mild cleaning solution of soap and water
- Rinse the fabric thoroughly to remove all soap residue
- Air dry in the shade
Indoor Upholstery Care
How to care for your indoor upholstery varies greatly depending on the composition of the fabric, whether cotton, linen, wool, polyester and all the available combinations of each. Each fabric supplier will have specific instructions on how best to care for the fabric. Please get in touch with our team to get a copy of the instructions right for you.
Materials & Maintenance - Coming Soon