Garden Must Haves Elizabeth Mouse Grey Parasol 3.0m
- Crank and Tilt
- 38mm Pole Diameter
- 180g Polyester canopy
The straight clean lines of the Elizabeth parasol give it a contemporary feel. With strong aluminium boxed ribs, it includes a crank and tilt action for easy use, and a heavy-duty polyester canopy.
252 x 300 x 300 cms
No assembly required
How can a parasol be maintained?
To be able to continue to enjoy your parasol for a long time, we advise that you allow the wet or damp fabric of the parasol to dry whilst the parasol is open. If the fabric of the canopy becomes wet whilst it is closed, open it as soon as possible to dry out. Fallen leaves and bird droppings should be removed as soon as possible to avoid staining.
Loose dirt can be brushed off with a soft brush. Stains can be removed using tepid water, a soft brush and mild detergent, then rinse thoroughly with clean water.
When opening, closing and turning the parasol, make sure that the fabric of the parasol does not come into contact with any walls, etc. and that the fabric does not become trapped between the parts. After closing the parasol, pull all of the fabric sections out separately and fully from the ribs of the parasol.
Before winding open cantilever parasols, gently separate the spokes to avoid them tangling together and putting pressure on the winding mechanism.
When the parasol is not in use, always use a protective cover to prevent unnecessary wear and tear caused by the effects of the weather and fading from exposure to sunlight.
Can parasols be left up and outside?
We do not recommend leaving parasols outside when not in use. Fabrics will fade and become brittle when left exposed to our climate for long periods and wind gusts are one of the biggest causes of damages to tables with parasols inserted, and parasols themselves.
Claims of this nature are not covered under warranty.
Seen this product cheaper?
We will match the price and then give you a further 5% off. Please submit the request using the button below.
Have further questions?
A good place to start is our frequently asked questions page - click here.