Such as:
– do not use the seats as stool, step, trestle, gym equipment or for similar purposes;
– do not swing on the legs. Do not sit on the backrest. Do not sit on the armrests. Do not load any weight greater than 120 kg on the seats;
– keep an eye on children when they are using the seats. Refrain from using the seats if you notice that they are damaged in order to prevent injuries and bruising to the user. The seats should not be altered or changed in any way. This might prejudge their functionality and lead to forfeiting the warranty;
– do not use the tables as step or trestle. Do not stand on the tables. Do not load any weight greater than 40 Kg on the tables;
– do not cover the products with non-transpiring canvasses (e.g.: canvasses and tablecloths made of PVC, nylon, etc.). Lack of transpiration causes irreparable damage to the product finishing.

At the end of its use, do not dump the furniture in the environment but contact the companies responsible for the disposal of solid and municipal waste, for its transfer to the Tip or its eventual recovery. If you live in an area where freezing is likely, store the product in a clean and dry place. The accumulation of water inside the frame pipe – if exposed to freezing temperatures – might lead the frame pipe to cracking or bursting. During the storage and stacking phase, do not exceed the number of stackable units stated in EMU official materials. Excessive heights could pose risks to safety and might increase the potential for rubbing and subsequent wearing of the frame finishing. For any clarifications regarding the maximum number of stackable units, please check out the product page.


If the seats tend to wobble when they are used on irregular surfaces, in order to redress the level/planarity it is sufficient to hammer the longer leg.

Tables tops are made with a slight down planarity deviation to avoid “spring effect” when used. Surface tables tops seem to be concave. During periods when it is not being used, put the table in an inclined position so that water will run off it and not accumulate on the table top.

Tables tops made in these materials are subject to slight warping as climate conditions vary. For this reason, differences in alignment may occur between the various components of the table. This has no effect on performance.

Before starting to open the sunshade, make sure that the fabric has not got caught in the internal ribs. To open or close the sunshade, turn the handle in the direction indicated by the arrows and the works “Open” or “Close”. Incorrect operation could tear the string or damage the mechanism. Never force the ropes or handles. If they get stuck, check why this has happened and eliminate the possible cause. For the winter, it is advisable to remove the fabric from the structure and allow it to dry completely before putting it away.Mechanical parts: apply a wax-based wood-stainer at least once a year before the winter season.Close the sunshade when the weather conditions are unsuitable, i.e. strong wind or heavy rain. EMU sunshades can be combined with special bases enabling them to be bracketed into place. If it is decided to position an EMU sunshade using ballast only, their suitability for use in conditions of moderate wind is certified. The Customer is the sole party responsible for installing and managing the sunshade. Shade and Shade Pro collections resists to UV rays, as UPF 50+ degree. Furthermore fabrics of those collections reached degree 8 of color fastness to light test, BS EN: ISO 105 B02 standard.


  • Do not wash with chlorine bleach
  • Low pressure washers may be used, max. 8 bar, with cold water
  • Wash only with cold water without removing the fabric. Cleanse with neutral soap and rinse thoroughly with water
  • Do not dry clean
  • Do not iron
  • Do not tumble dry
  • During the winter, store the product in a dry, ventilated place
  • Do not bleach and do not centrifugate
  • Prolonged contact with greasy substances and/or dyes can cause permanent stains and can deteriorate the structure of the fabric. These substances must be removed immediately before they come into contact with the inner lining.
  • It is recommended that the cushions be washed periodically if they are used by the sea or swimming pools.
  • Open the zipper and gently remove the padding before washing. Pay special attention when removing the padding from the cushion; to make it easier to remove the padding, fold it onto itself. After washing the cover, carefully reinsert the padding, following the same method in reverse.
  • Before starting the wash, close the zippers and close all the Velcro® fasteners, attaching the two Velcro® pieces to each other as if you were closing or fastening the cushion, in order to prevent any risk of damage to the fabric. For Tami C/770 seat cushions, it is recommended that you keep the Velcro® protective piece attached to the fastening flap when you receive the new packed cushion, and apply this protective piece to the flap when washing the outer cover.
  • Do not wash covers different colors in the same wash load.
  • Washing: follow the specific instructions for each material shown on the label. Use water and a colorless, neutral pH, non-abrasive liquid detergent. If necessary, let the detergent soak in for a few minutes. Do not use fabric softener. Rinse thoroughly with water at a temperature not greater than 30°C (86°F). If using pressure devices, keep the nozzle tip at a distance of at least 60-70 cm from the surface of the article. Repeat the operation if necessary. Do not use abrasive sponges to remove stains and do not use bleach or chlorine. Air dry. Do not reinsert the padding before the cover is completely dry.
  • If the pillow is exposed to rain or accidentally gets wet, it is recommended that it be placed it in a ventilated position and area to facilitate drying. If it gets more thoroughly wet, follow the same operation, but remove the internal padding to speed up the drying process. During prolonged periods of non-use and/or winter storage of the cushions, we do not recommend using waterproof covers to cover the cushions. Make sure that they are stored in dry, ventilated places and raised above the ground, to prevent mold caused by moisture condensation.
  • Make sure the cushion is completely dry and clean before storing it for the season when it is not being used.
  • All fabrics may naturally change color following prolonged exposure to the sun; this effect should be considered normal and varies from one fabric to another.