HOW TO CLEAN SAILCLOTH
How to Clean the Sailcloth Bean Bag
1) Under normal circumstances there is no need to remove the polystyrene beans when cleaning your bean bag manually
2) Check for any weak or damaged areas and mend them immediately. You don‘t want any small holes to become larger during cleaning.
3) Hose with water or dip in a swimming pool. Don‘t jump on it!
4) Check for stains and treat them with a stain remover. We recommend “IOSSO Mold & Mildew stain remover“ available at marine suppliers. Follow directions on the package.
5) Rinse off stain remover thoroughly with water.
6) Dry properly from each sides by lifting from the ground
7) To remove glue or chewing gum stains use orange oil and a cotton ball on dry beanbag
8) If not needed store beanbags inside as sun exposure will reduce the lifespan of the sailcloth over time
9) To refill the bean bags with polystyrene beans we highly recommend small beans of 1-2mm as they provide more comfort and less noise. Undo the knot of the childproof zip and don‘t forget to secure the zip slider with the knot after filling to avoid access for little children.
10) Keep sharp items away from the bean bag! If the cover is cut, tape it immediately and bring it empty to a repair service such as a sailmaker.
IF TREATED WELL, YOU WILL ENJOY YOUR SAILOR‘S LOUNGE BEAN BAGS FOR MANY YEARS