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  • Bend Seating Bunny Lounge Chair
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    Bend Seating Bunny Lounge Chair
    Maybe you throw your back into the Bunny and crash after a day of catching the California waves. Maybe it cradles you while you dig into a sour, musty copy of The Tokyo-Montana Express. Or maybe you chill in it after hitting the clubs, when you've danced too much MGMT and are depleted from downing too many Old Fashions. Whatever you are recovering from, find yourself in the perfect position to recline. Measurements: H25" W24" D29" Hot-dip galvanized iron to prevent rust. Powder coated finish. Slight assembly required. Available in White, Orange or Peacock Blue. Care & Maintenance: Bend Seating products are made for indoor-outdoor use. To maximize the lifespan of coating, we recommend you store it in a dry, well-ventilated place during the time when the products are not being used, and ensure it is protected from any knocks and bumps. To prevent scratches and water retention, we recommend that you do not place decorative objects or flowerpots on tables. Please avoid stacking your chairs upside down on tables. Use the glides to protect the furniture feet as well as floor surfaces. These pads prevent any degradation or damage to the feet resulting from contact with the ground. Clean off any traces of bird droppings as quickly as possible, as these can be damaging and may lead to the corrosion or staining of your furniture. Cleaning: Metal furniture can be cleaned using either clean water or water containing a non-detergent soap. The furniture should then be wiped dry. Abrasive sponges should not be used to scrub the furniture, and no abrasive powders or other types of detergent should be used. Scratches and Rust: Any scratches should be quickly treated. If rust begins to appear as a result of a scratch or bump, apply an anti-rust product such as Rustoleum; as quickly as possible, and then repaint the area. If treated correctly the furniture should last for many years.
  • Bend Seating The Farmhouse Chair
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    Bend Seating The Farmhouse Chair
    Harvest an organic heirloom tomato patch, paint your chicken coop blue, then herd your Dutch Landrace goats back into the barn. Our farmhouse chair is as sturdy as an antiquated piece of farm machinery, and as easy to relax in after 10 hours on the clock as a pair of worn out dungarees. Despite its pure geometry there is a rustic quality in this chair; the backrest is inspired by the architecture of old Amish barns. A few minutes on this seat and you will be inspired to quit your day job and live off the land. Measurements H 32" W 22" D 25" - Seat H 16" Hot-dip galvanized iron to prevent rust. Powder coated finish. Slight assembly required. Available in White, Orange or Peacock Blue. Care & Maintenance: Bend Seating products are made for indoor-outdoor use. To maximize the lifespan of coating, we recommend you store it in a dry, well-ventilated place during the time when the products are not being used, and ensure it is protected from any knocks and bumps. To prevent scratches and water retention, we recommend that you do not place decorative objects or flowerpots on tables. Please avoid stacking your chairs upside down on tables. Use the glides to protect the furniture feet as well as floor surfaces. These pads prevent any degradation or damage to the feet resulting from contact with the ground. Clean off any traces of bird droppings as quickly as possible, as these can be damaging and may lead to the corrosion or staining of your furniture. Cleaning: Metal furniture can be cleaned using either clean water or water containing a non-detergent soap. The furniture should then be wiped dry. Abrasive sponges should not be used to scrub the furniture, and no abrasive powders or other types of detergent should be used. Scratches and Rust: Any scratches should be quickly treated. If rust begins to appear as a result of a scratch or bump, apply an anti-rust product such as Rustoleum; as quickly as possible, and then repaint the area. If treated correctly the furniture should last for many years.
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