Amsterdam Bench OD

As Shown: Top in Gray Concrete, Legs in Black Steel
As Shown: Top in White Sand Concrete, Legs in White Steel

Amsterdam Bench OD

Description

The low, sleek, concrete Amsterdam Bench fits perfectly alongside the Amsterdam Dining Table providing unique dining seating for an outdoor space. The proprietary cement-and-fiberglass concrete top gives you a sturdy and stylish place to sit indoors or out, while keeping this bench lightweight. Powder-coated angled legs provide solid support. Table top and legs treated for outdoor use.

Specifications

Dimensions Weight (LBS.)
76W x 16D x 18H 134
Materials
Engineered Concrete, Steel
Origin Assembly (min.)
VIETNAM Complex (30)
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steel

Use only suitable products for conservation of the stainless steel, such as water and mild soap. Only using a soft cloth or sponge; after rinsing with soap and water, dry it using a different cloth to avoid the appearance of stains; In case of strong stains like rust, use an abrasive sponge (scotch bright) in the same direction as the original sanding pattern.


  • Bases or accessories with chrome, polished or painted finishes can first be cleaned with soft, dry clot; then apply polishing wax with a soft cloth, follow by a dry cloth. It's recommended to perform this process every 60 days, thus avoiding parts to lose their luster or rust.
  • Do not leave the base in contact with domestic animals.Their saliva or natural fluids may damage the parts.
Concrete
  • Our lightweight concrete tops are made of stone powder, cement, fiberglass and water. They are naturally poured and have been sealed it with wax sealer to ensure the lasting beauty of the concrete surfaces. Clean with dish soap and water. Do not use strong highly acidic cleaners, they can damage the natural materials.
  • Re-wax periodically every 3 to 6 months with a clear wax or any available stone floor wax with a paraffin base.
  • Concrete is a natural live material and non-structural hairline expansion lines may appear as a result from shrinkage, expansion and the natural curing process. These are not considered defects but rather part of the natural beauty and maturing of concrete. The concrete tops will maintain their overall strength even if these do appear, as they are only present in the very thin top layer of the concrete top. If they do appear, just apply a bit of wax and rub in well to prevent moisture from seeping into the hairline and cause discoloration.

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Amsterdam Bench OD
As Shown: Top in Gray Concrete, Legs in Black Steel
As Shown: Top in White Sand Concrete, Legs in White Steel
As Shown: Top in White Sand Concrete, Legs in White Steel
As Shown: Top in White Sand Concrete, Legs in White Steel
As Shown: Top in Gray Concrete, Legs in Black Steel
As Shown: Top in Gray Concrete, Legs in Black Steel
As Shown: Top in White Sand Concrete, Legs in White Steel
As Shown: Top in White Sand Concrete, Legs in White Steel
Shown as: Top in Gray Concrete, Legs in Black Steel
Shown as: Top in White Sand Concrete, Legs in White Steel
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