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Earth VELE is young & Dynamic Roofing Awning Company Establish with the “Enhance, Enrich, Educate” the lifestyle of people by providing most Aesthetic versatile, Techno Scientific Product & Services.
With your awning fully extended, a large area of extra living space is created for you outside to enjoy the hot summer months. The covered patio space protected by the colorful, rot and fade-proof qualities of your 100% acrylic awning cover allows for comfortable living outdoors. It also protects you and your loved ones from harmful ultra-violet rays.
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We are always ready for any kind of Service & Maintenance.

Helpful Hints for Maintenance

For more stubborn cases: Soak the fabric for approximately twenty minutes in a solution of no more than 1/2 cup (4 oz.) of a non-chlorine bleach and 1/4 cup (2 oz.) natural soap per galon of water at approximately 100° F. Rinse thoroughly in cold water to remove all of the soap.

Note: Excessive soaking in non-chlorine bleach can deteriorate sewing threads, this method of cleaning may remove part of the water repellency and the fabric should receive an application of an air-curing fluorocarbon water repellent treatment, such as 303 HiTech Fabric Guard, if water repellency is a factor.

Our fabric is made from 100% solution dyed acrylic fiber which is thermoplastic, do not subject to excessive heat. When fabric is stored, it should be cleaned, allowed to air dry, and stored in a dry, well ventilated area.

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Fabric awnings can provide years of enjoyment with the proper care and maintenance

Awning care is easy, just follow these directions:

 

1. Before cleaning any awning fabric, consult the fabric manufacturer for proper cleaning instructions.
2. Brush off all debris.
3. Clean from the bottom and work up.
4. Gently scrub the awning and valance with a soft bristled brush and a mild soap such as dish washing liquid.
5. Wash all parts of the awning. Missed spots show when dry.
6. Thoroughly and completely rinse awning. Film left on the material will leave marks and a chalky residue.
7. About once a month rinse your awning down with a garden hose and keep the underside clean by simply brushing with a clean household broom.
8. Keep shrubbery and vines trimmed away from your awning, they contain acid that can damage fabric. In addition, check awning frames for rust. Though rust is not likely, it can cause deterioration of the frame and lead to fabric stains.

 

Or have your awning cleaned by a professional.
Regular maintenance generally means a once-a-year cleaning, with additional care if stains or soilage appears.

Your professional awning supplier will be able to recommend awning cleaners in your area. This site also has a limited number of professional cleaners in its database.

A regular cleaning schedule starts the first year in which the awning is in service. Your awning professional can help by offering a regular maintenance contract. Also, remember that your awning is an exterior product. In the same way you wouldn’t leave your automobile outside without washing it for very long, you’ll also need to clean your fabric awning to preserve and extend its good looks and service life.

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