What is a protection cover?
All of the patio furniture or outdoor investment is made using quality outdoor materials and made to endure the elements. But if you want to get even more out of your investment, protection covers are a smart idea because they protect your investment when not in use. They can extend the life of your investment by protecting it from the beating sun and harsh rains. That means you can enjoy more barbeques and time lounging by the pool without having to invest in new furniture.
What kind of fabric is my cover made of?
We offer multiple fabric options. please contact +86-15657526978 or email: email@example.com.
What are all the colors the protection covers come in?
Please send us your Pantone No. or follow our existing colors.
What are the differences in water repellency, water resistance and waterproof?
- Water repellent fabric sheds water but is permeable to air. The fabric is tightly woven and/or has a finish applied that causes the water to bead up and run off.
- Water resistant fabric is constructed to hinder the absorption and/or penetration of water. This type of material does soak through in heavy rain and prolonged exposure to water.
- Waterproof fabric is impermeable to air and water. To make a product waterproof, all seams need to be sealed and/or taped closed. Note, waterproof fabric can get wet but the backing will be waterproof.
Do you have a minimum purchase value on custom covers?
We do not have any minimum on custom covers. Also, our products come with lowest price guarantee and quality warranty.
Do you take custom orders?
We certainly do. We specialize in high-end custom size and shape cover. We can also personalize them with your own logo, initials or pictures. From outdoor furniture, fire-pits, factory machineries, equipments and anything and everything that need cover To place and custom cover order, please contact +86-15657526978 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does covers and all give bigger discounts on large quantity orders?
Yes we do offer bulk qty discounts. We also have special program for hotels, holiday resorts and property management companies.
How do we clean our covers?
Use water and a sponge or soft cloth and then line dry. Do not use soap or put it in a dryer as that will damage the protective coating on the fabric.
How to store our cover when not using it?
- Clean covers so it is ready for when we need it next.
- Make sure our cover is completely dry.
- Fold the cover.
- Place it in a cover storage bag.
- Store in a garage or outdoor storage chest.
How to take care our cover during the rainy season?
- Make sure our investment is dry before we cover.
- Need to periodic check our cover if exist water vapor accumulation. Please ensure make it dry.
- Please ventilate regularly to avoid mold stains and mold.
When to use our fire pit cover?
To keep our fire pit in tip-top condition, use a cover whenever our pit is not in use. Let it cool and clean out the ash before placing on the cover.
- Dirt and Debris: A cover keeps our fire pit from becoming covered with dirt and debris, especially during high winds when miscellaneous debris could hit your pit and scratch it.
- Snow, Ice, and Rain: A cover keeps the bowl of our pit dry so we don’t need to clean out soggy ash. Our fire pit is ready to use anytime, even after a rain or snow storm.
- Sun: Protect Our pit from UV rays to prevent fading, cracking, and structural damage.
- Insects and Pests: When we want to create a fire, we don’t want to deal with burning insects and pests out of their nests. A fire pit cover helps keep these pests from building nests in the first place.
How to winterize outdoor furniture?
- Clean our patio furniture. Giving our invesment a good clean will keep it in tip-top condition over the winter and will make it easier when we bring it out in spring. Please take care how to clean our patio furniture depending on the type of material it is made of.
- Bring our patio furniture inside. If we have the space and our winters are harsh, we may want to store our patio furniture in a shed, garage, or basement.
- Make sure our furniture covers are clean. There’s little point in putting a dirty cover on clean furniture. Use sponge or soft cloth to clean covers.
- Cover our furniture. Furniture covers keep our patio furniture from getting dusty, dirty, and wet. If we keep our furniture outside, covers will prevent rain and snow damage and keep furniture from molding or rusting.
- Check on our furniture and covers throughout the winter. With a furniture cover, our furniture should be kept safe and clean throughout the winter. But it’s always a good idea to check once a month to make sure everything is still secure. While checking, give our covers a quick dusting so dirt doesn’t get on the furniture when we take them off for spring.
How to winterize grill?
- Clean the Grill Thoroughly. Use a rag and hot, soapy water to clean the outside of the grill including the burner knobs, handle, hood cover, and propane tank. Open the grill and clean the underside of the hood. This may require more effort, since we’ll likely find a large build-up of carbon, which looks like thin, black paint.Make sure to get down around the burners and remove any food, grease or dirt. Any food particles left in the grill creates an invitation to rodents looking for food and shelter for the winter.
- Coat Inside of the Grill with Oil. Rust is our greatest enemy when the weather turns drizzly. Coating the inner components of our grill with cooking oil will maintain the integrity of the parts by deterring moisture.
- Turn Gas Source Off. Make sure we disconnect or turn off the fuel source for our grill before storing it for the winter.For grills connected to a natural gas line, be sure to turn off the valve.If our grill uses a propane tank and we will be keeping our grill outside, simply turn the valve to the “Off” position. However, if we choose to store our grill in a shed or garage for the winter, we need to disconnect the propane tank. Never store our propane tank inside our home, shed, or garage as even the smallest leak could result in disaster.
- Identify and Repair Any Existing Problems. Damage to the grill such as cracks, leaks, or excessive wear can all be worsened by the harsh weather. Fixing these issues now is the best way to protect our grill from the cold and moisture while also ensuring a longer life span. Inspect all surfaces for cracks and rust and determine whether they need replacing. Make sure all hoses are without aging and holes. If something on our grill needs replacing or fixing, a nearby hardware store will most likely have the supplies we need for the repairs.
- Use an Outdoor Cover. Covering our grill with high-quality, moisture-resistant material is the best way to shield it from the elements and safeguard it from the critters looking for shelter.