How To Care For Your Church Plaza Chairs

Congratulations! You’ve purchased the best-made church seating product available from America’s leading comprehensive provider of church seating and other quality products. Here are some helpful hints on keeping your new seating looking new for many years.

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Your ChurchPlaza church chair is made with the highest grade 1010 carbon steel. Your sanctuary seating uses TRUE 1 inch 16 gauge steel with 5/8 inch cross bracing and full 1 inch weld lines. These are the strongest standard frames offered in the industry and will support more than 1700 lbs. ChurchPlaza’s superior 5-step electrostatic painting process bonds the highest quality industrial paints to the frame of your chair and is the same process used in the manufacturing of luxury automobiles. Use a light solution of soap or non-caustic cleaning agents to periodically wipe down the frames of your chairs to remove surface dirt and perspiration residue. That’s all you need to do to keep your chairs looking sparkling and brand new for many years to come. The steel to steel fastening systems used on your ChurchPlaza frames are durable, imbedded and will not come loose under normal church use. They require no ongoing maintenance.


ChurchPlaza only contracts with world class fabric providers to manufacture the fabric for our chairs. We provide certified and industry leading specifications for our fabrics along with meaningful warranties. ChurchPlaza has chosen to use a family of Polypropylene fabrics for important reasons. These fabrics are characterized by their great resistance to moisture, dirt, various blots, and many other chemicals. Polypropylene fabrics also show a great resistance to bacteria and various other microorganisms, all the while maintaining color fastness. It is strong and durable, has a soft feel and causes no allergic reactions. Maintaining the fabric of your ChurchPlaza chairs is easy with these few tips:

  • Treat soiled spots promptly. If a liquid soil, blot up the excess spill immediately. If the soil has dried, break up and remove as much of the remnants as possible before beginning the cleaning process. If a dry soil, vacuum residue before further cleaning.
  • Use cold water to first blot at the soiled area to determine if the soiled area will lift out. Don’t use an excessive amount of water as this may cause the soiling agent to spread deeper. If necessary, use a mild non-caustic cleaning solution appropriate for the staining agent. Again, only dampen the area and blot at the stain. These actions will remove most stains. In the rare situation they do not, professional cleaning may be necessary.

With these tips, you can keep your church chairs in great condition for a long time!