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Cane Conservatory Furniture Care

Cane conservatory furniture should be dusted regularly with a dry paint brush. This will allow you to reach in between the grooves. A good alternative is to vacuum with a small brush attachment. Use a moist soft cloth to clean the cane furniture surface about once every two months or so. This will keep them free from grime and dirt. Do not use benzene, thinners, abrasive creams or other chemical products. The use of these applications may cause harm to your cane or rattan. It is advised to seek professional cleaning help if your cane conservatory furniture becomes badly blemished. All our fabrics are of the highest quality woven upholstery grade fabrics as well as the more traditional cotton prints. All are fully fire retardant are as the fillings of the cushions. The covers are loose and and are zipped to be removeable for cleaning. We recommend dry cleaning to prolong the life of your suite. If properly looked after your suite will last a life time.
Cane Conservatory Furniture Materials

Cane conservatory furniture is made from sustainably harvested and plantation grown raw materials to minimise environmental impact. Fast growing Bamboo is used for its great strength but its natural beauty is only maximised when in the hands of the most skilled and experienced of craftspeople who specialise in cane furniture. Water Hyacinth and Abaca are also used in the Cane Company conservatory furniture and gives it its unique style.

Most cane conservatory furniture is made from Manau, one of the most popular species. It is the most expensive available and comes from the jungles of Indonesia and Malaysia. It has an attactive surface, is durable and flexible. It also has high water resistance and a tight tissue arrangement which prevents splitting. It is a creeping vine grown in South-East Asia. It's inherent strength and flexibility is well known. It is a renewable vine, so rainforests are not destroyed or unnecessarily exploited.The inner bark is split to expose the fibrous core of the centre. This is used to manufacture the main frame of the and by the use of steam can be formed into almost any shape. The inner bark, known as Lapping, is used to bind joints and for weaving backs and seats. In the hands of a craftsman, it is a superb material.

Construction should be stable and should not creak. Legs should be constructed from thick poles for maximum support, with extra bracing added at the back of the legs. Sofa frames and bases of swivel chairs which need additional support should have wooden frames to which rattan poles are fixed with screws. Metal frames wrapped with peeled cane are also frequently used. This yields a thin frame which provides strong and decorative support.
The final finish is usually stained or laquered to bring out the natural wood tones. These finishes should feel smooth to the touch. This furniture is meant for indoor use only as direct sunlight may cause dryness and cracking. Properly designed and constructed it is beautiful and can last a lifetime.

Wicker

Wicker is not a type of material, which is a common misconception, but is actually a method of weaving a variety of materials into textured woven patterns. Pliable twigs, rods or willow branches can be used, but the round core of the rattan pole is the most common wicker material.
Good wicker is made by weaving the core around a solid frame. Wood and metal frames are common and if well designed and constructed are integral in producing high quality, long lasting pieces.