How to Drain Custom Cushions

Storing your cushions in a clean, dry area before it rains is ideal for preventing moisture buildup. However, it is not always possible to predict or prepare for inclement weather, and not everyone has room to store cushions. Because of this, selecting outdoor fabrics and outdoor fill can play a huge roll in keeping moisture out. We always recommend that you purchase fabrics made with solution-dyed acrylic, which help guard against fading and are better resistant to mold and mildew growth. Fabrics like Sunbrella, Outdura, and our latest Italian outdoor additions, Para` Tempotest all have amazing attributes as strong, durable fabrics.

When it Rains

For product longevity, it is preferred that you do not leave your cushions outside when it rains, but it is okay to do so.

When it rains, it is preferred for longevity to not leave your cushions outside, but okay to do so.
Unzip Your Cushion

To rid your cushion of moisture, begin by unzipping its outer shell.

To alleviate your cushion from moisture, begin by unzipping its outer shell.
Fold Back the Outer Shell

Once unzipped, fold back the outer shell to clearly reveal the inner fill. You only need to fold it back enough so the draining water doesn't collect in the pockets of the seams.

Fold the outer shell back to reveal the end of the inner fill.
Set the Cushion Upright to Drain

Set the cushion upright, unzipped side down, to allow the water to drain through the filling and out the bottom.

Sit the cushion upright, unzipped side down, to allow the water to drain through the filling out the

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