If you’ve already hung your hammock up, you’re minutes away from falling in love with it. We promise that this will be a special place to rest and enjoy the simpler moments of life.
If it’s already become a resting place for you and yours, you’ll want to take care of it as best you can. Because of the material used, you’ll want to conserve the softness of the threads when you clean it. It is best to do this in a tub or large sink with warm water and soap. You don't need to spend money on expensive cleaning products or use detergent or bleach on it. It’s a simple bath.
To dry, you’ll want to hang the wooden bars off to the side and make sure that they are not wet to conserve the wood. This will air dry. You can hang it right back up and get back to where you left off.
If it’s not covered by a terrace roof, you’ll always want to bring it in when the weather gets rough to avoid it getting dirty or soaked without having a chance to dry.
Lastly, if you find that there’s a little debris on it, you can unhook one of the sides and shake the hammock from one end to free it from crumbs or leaves.
It’s thought that the happiest moments are spent gathered around the ones you love. There is something about a soft, weaved sling that invites those moments. We encourage you to enjoy your hammock as often as possible and rest assured that a quick wash will get you back in business!
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