Product Care

Please see the individual Manufactures Care Instructions for more detailed instructions

How to maintain your canvas to ensure longevity

  • The real key to canvas longevity is maintenance. Keep your canvas clean of dust, dirt and environmental residue on a regular basis. Lakeside recommends treating your canvas yearly if your canvas is subject to direct elements day in and day out.
  • Top fabrics should be cleaned of any dirt buildup at regular intervals.
  • We recommend applying a mild, lukewarm soap solution, such as a liquid dishwashing soap, with a soft brush or sponge. Water temperature is not to exceed 100°F. DO NOT allow the soap to dry. The fabric must then be carefully rinsed with clear water in order to remove any remaining soap residue. Allow canvas to dry thoroughly. DO NOT USE DETERGENTS!
  • The use of abrasive detergents and/or substrates containing solvents or gasoline will damage the fabric. If using high-pressure or steam-cleaning devices, use caution as improper use could damage the vinyl coating and/or fabric.
  • The use of abrasive detergents and/or substrates containing solvents or gasoline will damage the fabric. If using high-pressure or steam-cleaning devices, use caution as improper use could damage the vinyl coating and/or fabric.
  • If your top is acrylic it will be necessary to “retreat” your top for water repellency. Be careful which solutions you use, as not all are recommended by the fabric manufacturer.
  • Using harsh chemicals, etc could void the fabric warranty on your top if not recommended by the manufacturer.
  • DO NOT PUT CANVAS IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD DRYER. DO NOT DRY CLEAN CANVAS.
  • To purchase cleaning products, please contact Lakeside at lakeside@lakesidemarinecanvas.com or call (770) 945-1312

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