Durability

Sunbrella fibers are saturated to the core with highly UV-stable pigments, so they’re resistant to fading from sun exposure for unparalleled performance. They resist mold and mildew as well, leaving your patio furniture looking newer for longer.

Design & Performance

Combining bold, vivid hues with durable construction, Sunbrella fabrics are created to be long-lasting and ideal for everyday use. They empower you to create elegant coordinating designs that are strong, yet soft to the touch.

Easy to Clean

Created to hold their color for as long as possible, Sunbrella fabrics offer a fuss-free cleaning process. Simply apply mild soap and water to your Sunbrella fabric and brush away staining to leave the color of your furniture bright and vibrant.

Lounge in Style that Never Fades

FAQ : Sunbrella

Regardless of the how much cleaning Sunbrella fabric needs, it’s very easy to wash. Just brush off any loose dirt, spray on mild soap and water, gently rinse until the soap residue is removed, and air dry.

Sunbrella is made from 100% solution-dyed acrylic, creating a fabric with color to the core that is durable and resistant to mold and mildew while remaining comfortable and soft to the touch.

Sunbrella fabric is designed to be highly durable, resisting the higher levels of wear and tear commonly undergone by outdoor upholstery. The 100% solution-dyed acrylic fabrics retain color for longer and are resistant to water and elemental damage.

The 100% acrylic yarn Sunbrella uses for their fabrics is solution-dyed, meaning that each strand is dyed down to the core. This makes Sunbrella fabric fade-resistant, and its acrylic fabric makeup naturally repels liquids, meaning it’s resistant to staining as well.

Absolutely. Designed to be durable and long-lasting, Sunbrella fabrics offer vivid hues and stylish patterns to bring life to your patio and safely survive the elements.

Yes! Sunbrella fabric is made with 100% solution-dyed acrylic creating a softness more reminiscent of indoor furniture upholstery, rather than the coarse feel typically associated with outdoor upholstery.

Sunbrella fabric is designed to be breathable and soft; so, while it is water-resistant, it is not completely waterproof. Do not fully submerge fabric in water or prolong its exposure to heavy rain.