Power Coated Aluminum

  • Our metal furniture is meticulously handcrafted using extruded and cast aluminum components.
  • The aluminum undergoes a baking process with a resilient polyester powder coat.
  • To ensure robust joints, the frames are meticulously assembled with precise welds and reinforced stress points.
  • While highly resistant to rust, powder coated aluminum may experience oxidation if the coating is scratched or damaged.
  • Furniture exposed to high salt levels in coastal areas, water with elevated pH levels, or garden pesticides can suffer finish damage if not regularly maintained.
  • Darker finishes absorb more UV rays than lighter ones, resulting in warmth when touched, potentially accelerating fading if left uncovered.
  • The longevity of your finish is directly linked to your commitment to care and maintenance.

  • Regularly clean the furniture using a soft towel and mild soap.
  • Minor surface scratches can be addressed with HARBOUR Aluminum Touch-Up kits.
  • Avoid using harsh solvent-based, abrasive, or stainless steel cleaners.
  • In coastal areas, wash the furniture frequently with mild soap and rinse thoroughly to remove salt deposits.
  • For water spots, use a solution of equal parts white distilled vinegar and water. Rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth.
  • Apply wax to the metal furniture twice a year or as needed to protect the finish. Clean the furniture before waxing.

  • Use coasters under glasses and cold drink cans to prevent condensation and water spots.
  • Place felt pads under objects that will remain on the tabletop for extended periods, especially on natural stone materials or items that retain moisture.
  • Prevent standing water on the furniture surface to avoid water spots.
  • Refrain from dragging furniture on the ground to prevent scratches and chips that may lead to oxidation.
  • When not in use, utilize our custom furniture covers for optimal protection. Ensure that furniture cushions and covers are clean and dry before covering.
  • If covering the frames for more than a few days, remove the cushions to prevent mold and mildew buildup.
  • In case of wet cushions, position them on their sides with the zipper facing down and unzipped to ensure thorough water drainage.