Outdoor Materials by Mamagreen

Designed to last in any outdoor environment, MAMAGREEN furniture is manufactured using a majority recycled or recyclable materials. More than 90% of the teak is carefully sourced from abandoned buildings, with the remainder coming from strictly managed plantations. 

Selecting MAMAGREEN is making a conscious choice for style combined with durability. 

MAMAGREEN furniture pieces are partially handmade and manufactured using natural materials. Small differences between furniture pieces, random minor imperfections, weight and dimension differences and weathering of materials are part of its unique character.

Actual material colors and textures can be different from digital display or printed media. 

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    Made in the USA by Glen Raven

    Application: performance outdoor fabric for cushions, all lounge collections (except Aiko)

    100% solution dyed acrylic with a soft flexible feel, 260 gr/m2, UV resistant, anti-stain treatment and water repellent. Sunbrella sailcloth textiles and some of the special ranges have an indoor feel, being heavier (400/580 gr/m2), are very sturdy but will require a longer drying time.

    Cushions with a Sunbrella cover will dry fast and remain in color and shape, also when used intensively.

    The core is made of a specially for outdoor use developed memory foam, with a fast-drying open cell structure.

    Tip: enjoy your lounge furniture instantly after a rain-shower using protective covers, but remember to never cover wet cushions with a rain cover, especially for an extended period of time


    For the Aiko collections we offer a memory outdoor foam core covered in a water-resistant barrier, therefore some water can remain trapped between the cover and the inner liner. Drying and airing separately, extends the longevity of the cushions. Storing the cushions vertically with the mesh at the bottom side, will improve air circulation.

    The purpose of the ventilation holes at the side of the cushions, is to avoid trapping air or “ballooning”.

    Tip: enjoy your lounge furniture instantly after a rain-shower using protective covers, but remember to never cover wet cushions with a rain cover, especially for an extended period of time

    For cleaning: https://global.sunbrella.com/en-us/how-to-clean/clean-sunbrella-upholstery


    Made in Spain by Tuvatextil S.L

    Application: waterproof cushions

    Agora is a rigid, semi-stiff solution dyed acrylic, especially developed for outdoor lounge cushions. This fabric comes with a unique waterproof laminated back layer and has excellent anti-stain, oil repellent and mildew resistant capacities.

    The core is made of a specially for outdoor use developed memory foam, with a fast drying open cell structure. The purpose of the ventilation holes at the side of the cushions, is to avoid trapping air or “ballooning”.

    Extend the longevity of lounge furniture using protective covers, and air-dry cushion cover and cushion core separately, at least 2 times per year (or more often in case of frequent use).

    Tip: place cushions vertically when not in use, or in case of a shower, to avoid puddles on the seat. If you want to take care of your furniture and upholstery, we recommend using a protective cover, but remember to never cover it when it’s wet or dirty, especially for an extended period of time


    Tectona Grandis, commonly known as “Teak” is a tropical hardwood tree, native to Southeast Asia.

    The high tensile strength, the rich oil content and the close grains make mature teak highly pest, rot and termite resistant and very stable in exposed environments: the ideal wood for outdoor furniture.

    Mamagreen manufactures its teak furniture A-Z in-house, strictly controlling each step. Carefully selecting every piece of wood, and allocate towards a specific function, based on strength and look. Components are shaped using precise machinery and each piece is kiln dried to achieve the perfect moisture content before processing and gluing. Skilled craftspeople wire-brush or polish as part of the final process


    Sourcing teak wood from abandoned buildings, and upcycling into a sophisticated furniture design is an environmentally alternative to harvesting timber from forests or plantations. 

    Selecting furniture using recycled teak, is not for customers who want a clean, solid, uniform look.

    The unique character of recycled teak, is proof of its colorful history. Beautiful imperfections are part of its charm, without compromising the overall performance of the furniture. Dents, scratches, nail rests, bolt marks, color and texture differences, hair cracks and other imperfections make every piece of recycled teak, a truly unique piece. 

    Note that weathering of recycled teak, and wear and tear will further accentuate the unique character. Cracks may appear, color differences may occur, small parts of wood may become brittle and come loose, old metal parts may cause rust marks; all adding charm to the chic distressed silver-grey look of exposed recycled teak.

    Most collections using recycled teak, come with a wire-brushed textured surface, creating a rustic look. Note that this brushed texture may hide certain imperfections, but also form a trap for food-rests and other organic materials that may cause mildew or mold. Regular cleaning with a brush is advised.

    A number of collections (including Zudu and Zupy) come with a smooth sanded surface, accentuating color differences and texture imperfections. Regular swiping with a soft brush and soapy water is advised.


    MAMAGREEN has introduced a new teak finish for the AIKO collection. We call it ‘drift-look teak’, implementing a new approach to reclaiming teak. Rather than simply recycling, natural and historic value is acknowledged, and full potential realized via an upcycling process that highlights the teak’s distress marks. Every piece of ‘drift-look’ design furniture is therefore completely individual, with marks that tell their own story: just like driftwood found washed up on the beach, and perfect for outdoor living.

    Drift-look teak is delivered finished either as ‘original’, or in rich ‘espresso’, and sealed with a teak shield.

    To preserve the finish, avoid contact with any solvents or chemicals, and follow care and maintenance instructions as below.

    Drift-look teak is best washed down regularly by spraying with plain water, and wiping with a microfiber (or any lint-free) cloth. Then simply leave to dry naturally.

    Follow the same procedure immediately for any spills, to avoid spotting.


    After unpacking teak furniture, it is advised to rinse, swipe with a wet cloth or let it rain, before first time use, to avoid stains on clothing from microscopic wood dust.

    Exposed to sunlight and left to age naturally, teak gradually patinas to a beautiful soft, silver-grey, and will remain stable for many years.

    Depending on the environment and use, teak furniture may be subject to texture or color differences, stains, black spots, superficial mold or mildew, minor warping or cupping, cracks and hairline cracks that do not impact the integrity of the product.

    Covering without sufficient air circulation, covering humid or dirty surfaces may cause organic waste to rot. When furniture is used under trees, note that leaves and bird droppings may start to rot and cause mold. Recommended not leaving anything on top of the table for extended periods of time, as it may mark, especially items with moisture like a pot plant. Marks from acid rain may occur, and form grey spots Wood sap may occur in rare cases; note that wood is and remains a living material, sealing with a wood oil or a teak sealer will normally help, in stubborn cases a replacement part may be required. Recycled teak, coming from old constructions may contain small metal rests from nails or bolts, that may cause black or red marks.

    We deliver our furniture sanded, polished and sealed, and advice to allow the furniture to weather naturally. The great thing about teak is that you do not need to apply any finishing to keep the performance of the furniture. To maintain the good look, clean the furniture regularly brush with a stiff brush, domestic liquid soap and lukewarm water, rinsing thoroughly. Most stains can be removed by slightly sanding the furniture. 

    There are various reliable products on the market, aiming to preserve the original look, coating or staining the wood or slowing the greying process. Check with your dealer, and follow instructions carefully. We do not advise to oil teak furniture, as oil may react and turn the furniture black with mildew. Sanding thoroughly will bring the original color back and will be required; in case one chooses to apply a finish to the wood. Note that any finishing, stain, protector, shield, oil or coating will need regular re-applying.



    Made from the alloy 6063, aluminum frames are electrostatically powder coated, and baked in an oven at a very high temperature, forming a solid surface with high UV resistant capacities.

    Various colors and textures are available and have slightly different specifications (see our color charts for details). 

    Ultra-Durable colors, offer a higher protection in a chlorine or marine environment, and better UV and scratch resistance and are the preferred choice for contract use.

    To clean, wipe down with a soft brush, soapy cloth, then repeat without soap. In general, smooth surfaces are easier to clean than textured (sand) surfaces. Stains can be removed by using Mr. Clean Magic Eraser sponge. In all cases, avoid acidic, alcohol or solvent based cleaners, and especially abrasive pads, sand paper or metal brushes.

    Aluminum frames are subject to abrasive wear, that causes damage to the powder-coated surface, especially in sandy or rocky areas, in case of frequent handling, moving or use, or upon contact with hard, sharp or abrasive objects. Peeling or bubbling may occur after some time, especially in salty or chlorine environments, without damaging the structural integrity of the frame.

    Frost damage may occur, in case there’s a buildup of water inside the frame, important to allow circulation and not to close any holes at the bottom of the legs or the frame.

    Touch up paint is available to repair scratches or peeling.


    Stainless steel 304 frames, are sturdy and suitable for most non-marine environments. 

    Susceptible of ‘tea staining’ (a build-up of particles on the surface of the metal which oxidize or corrode), 304 stainless steel is not recommended for use near salt water swimming pools or within close proximity of the sea.

    The hairline brushed satin polish, limits visibility of stains and dirt. Regular cleaning will extend the longevity of the frame and the look of the furniture

    Clean with a soft brush and a cloth with 3M Stainless Cleaner & Polish or another household stainless steel cleaner, avoid acidic, alcohol or solvent based cleaners, and abrasive pads or brushes. To avoid watermarks, wipe away all water thoroughly before leaving in the shade to dry.

    We recommend polishing, with 3M Stainless Steel Cleaner & Polish or another household stainless steel polish every 6 months, or if any discoloration occurs. This will help prevent and/or remove most ‘tea staining’.

    Frost damage may occur, in case there’s a buildup of water inside the frame, important to allow circulation and not to close any holes at the bottom of the legs or the frame.

    Note that ‘tea staining’ does not harm the integrity of the metal, can be cleaned and is considered normal wear and tear.


    HPL (High Pressure Laminate) table tops and panels, are specially developed for outdoor furniture and manufactured in Italy. Using a highly-evolved technology, the production process involves pressing thermo setting resins and kraft paper, into solid, compact, self-supporting panels.

    Characteristics of HPL include its high impact, scratch and wear and tear resistance, light fastness, hygienic capacities and its low maintenance requirements.

    HPL is subject to temperature changes, minor expansion or bending may occur. Leaving an extension table in an open position, with the extension part in place and fixed, will reduce changes. 

    Texture and color selection influence the amount of care and cleaning required: stains or scratches on solid white surfaces are much more visible than on stone motifs.

    Cleaning of High Pressure Laminate

    Spilled liquids

    Clean immediately if possible

    Most food rests, stains and organic waste

    Domestic detergent and water

    Candle wax

    Soften with a clothes iron and a towel 

    Most stubborn stains

    Use a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser 

    Nail polish, linseed oil, markers, etc.

    Remove with acetone and a cotton cloth

    Synthetic oil paints, adhesive residues etc.

    Remove with 3M thinner