Design Varaschin Bento modular outdoor sofa in wood
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Bento is a modular garden sofa characterized by a supporting structure in solid okumè wood and padded with Dryfeel rubbers.
Modern, stylish and perfect for decorating outdoor environments such as terraces, swimming pools, gardens; but it finds perfect placement also inside, in the living area.
Note: the cushions are included in the price.
With simple operations it is possible to change the initial combination several times by rearranging the purchased modules at will or to purchase other modules and add them to the others.
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Maintenance: The collection resists sunlight and rain. We recommend regular maintenance, and particular attention to the protection of the items in case of adverse weather conditions (ice, hail, temperature changes, humidity, persistent, scorching heat or extreme cold). The duration and integrity of these items depend on the care with which they are maintained. For aluminum and steel products, although protected by treatments and finishes suitable for outdoor use, it is essential to prevent water from stagnating inside the product itself. In fact, all items have technical holes necessary for the application of protective treatments and finishes. The introduction of water into those holes and its stagnation can cause rust inside the pipes.
For additional protection we recommend using the appropriate covers in the winter season, in the evening, or in case of frequent rains. If you wish to purchase the cover, request a quote.
In addition, the product is suitable for marine environments, salt spray conditions and poolside furniture in the presence of chlorine.
Precautions: accurate maintenance and cleaning is essential to preserve the integrity of the components for as long as possible.
It is advisable to keep the articles always in good condition to wash them weekly with abundant fresh water in order to eliminate as much as possible the salinity that tends to attack the structures.
This is the only way to keep the product in the best condition.