Monday, October 17, 2016

Defeat the Elements with Sunbrella Tangent & Protect Your Furniture

Sunbrella Tangent: Protect your outdoor furniture, grills and other favorite patio items from exposure to external environmental conditions and help them last a lifetime.

Sunbrella never ceases to amaze professionals in the textile industry around the world!   From their initial pioneering of the creation of color fast high-performance fabric for exteriors in the boating industry and the awning their superior upholstery grade material for the home and patio furniture - Sunbrella offers the greatest selections for designers, hospitality specifier's and home owners alike. 

Now, they have gone and done it again with the new Sunbrella Tangent line.  A waterproof durable fabric created to protect your valuable outdoor furniture and may also be used for your BBQ grills, bar areas, outdoor kitchen areas, patio umbrella's and even cushion storage bags!  Tangent material helps to protect these items from the harmful external weather conditions year round.   This light-weight waterproof material maintains a 2 year warranty coverage for color fastness and water proof properties.  The 60" material width is ideal for custom production and the great color selection is simple but diverse to match most design needs.

Check out this great line and send in your request for a manufacturing quote today OR just purchase the fabric by the yard if you already have a great local upholsterer or seamstress!

Color Selections Now In Stock!

Tangent Sand - 5069-0000

Tangent Charcoal - 5070-0000

As provided by Sunbrella here is the easy clean up instructions for Tangent performance material.


"Tangent is designed to be easy to care for. It can be washed, or brushed off and rinsed. Proper care and cleaning is important to the life of all fabrics.


  • Add 2 ounces of mild soap such as Woolite or Dawn dishwashing liquid to 1 gallon of lukewarm water.
  • Clean the fabric with a "soft bristle brush."
  • Rinse thoroughly with cold water and air dry.


  • Add maximum 1 cup of bleach to one 1 gallon of water.
  • Spray on lightly to the fabric face (non-coated side). Do not soak fabric. Prolonged exposure to harsh chemicals can damage the coating.
  • Rinse immediately. Do not leave on for more than 2 minutes.
Cleaning with harsh cleaners such as bleach will require a retreatment like 303 Fabric Guard for restoring water repellency."