[CAUTION] If you are not familiar with construction, hardware, or the use of tools, please use a qualified general contractor to install. Improper installation may cause injury.
[SAFETY FIRST] If you are not familiar with construction, hardware, or the use of tools, please use a qualified general contractor to install. Improper installation may cause injury. Before entering hammock, inspect your hammock, hardware, installation points, and objects supporting your hammock for wear or weakness. Make sure there is no excessive rust or twisting in the hanging hardware. Proceed carefully and take your time getting into and out of your hammock. Any hammock may tip if your weight isn’t centered. A hammock is not a playground swing or a trampoline. Excessive swinging and other rough play may result in falls and may wear out your hammock and hardware prematurely. Small children should not play unsupervised in your hammock. Bliss Hammocks, Inc. assumes no liability arising from the use and application of this product and specifically disclaims any and all consequential and incidental damages.
Hammock Care and Maintenance:
To prevent mildew and increase the useful life of your hammock store it in a dry location during seasons when it’s not in use.
Cleaning: Your hammock is washable with warm water and a mild detergent or soap. Don’t use harsh chemical cleaners or bleach. Rinse well and let it dry thoroughly before storing. Hammock pillows are easily removed and similarly washable.
Wood Finish: To extend the usable life of the wood, we recommend you varnish or oil it regularly, at least once per year.
Storage: Make sure the hammock is completely dry before storing in a dry location.