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Amisco bar stools are mainly made of North American steel and are highly regarded as one of the top bar stool brands in terms of quality, style, and durability. These bar and counter stools are so well made you'll never have to replace them.
Amisco bar stools are made in Québec, Canada. They take great pride in designing and producing furniture that satisfies the tastes and needs of all ages. Every stool that is made is exceptionally comfortable, superbly finished, durable, and backed by worry-free after-sale support.
With over 20 years experience in the furniture industry, Barstool Comforts chooses only the best in durability and quality. To do this, we have to see, sit on, and feel the stools and chairs we're selling so we can provide all the information you need on what you're buying.
With 1000s of furniture manufacturers that are available, few of those brands have met our high standards. After seeing these Amisco stools, we have come to agree that these meet our high standards and offer them to you on our website. The following features are just some of the reasons we're proud to carry Amisco bar stools on our site.
Amisco puts a fresh spin on modern and traditional designs. Comfortable upholstered cushioned seats, powder-coated paint finishes, perfectly placed footrests, and strong legs — Amisco counter stools and chairs have all of what you'd expect in a high-end bar stool, plus a refined sense of style that enhances any bar or kitchen counter.
One of the most important things about these stools is that the joints are fully welded, unlike many other brands that use screws to connect the frame parts. Counter stools that have screws tend to come loose periodically which can, after time, bend the frame.
When you acquire an Amisco stool, you're committing to helping the environment.
Amisco uses environmentally-friendly processes from the first phase of the manufacturing process until the last. They recycle all rejected steel and wood parts and they avoid overpacking while using packaging made from recyclable materials.
Always concerned about reducing energy consumption, they pride themselves in taking initiative to a greener tomorrow. So by choosing Amisco furniture, you're also choosing the best option for the environment.
We carry Amisco bar stools from their featured collections, including:
Prepare yourself — at your next dinner party, people are going to want to know where did you get this? Amisco bar stools and furniture have quite the crowd-pleasing reputation.
Steel-Frame: The steel requires little maintenance. Simply use a soft cloth with mild, soapy water, rinse and wipe dry. Do not use scouring pads or abrasive cleaners, as these could scratch the paint finish.
Fabric Care: Professional cleaning service is recommended for your stools' fabric components. Vacuum or brush regularly to remove dust and grime. Some fabrics may require brushing with a non-metallic, stiff bristle brush to restore appearance.
After a spill, blot immediately the spilled liquid. Clean spot or stain from the outside to the middle of the area affected to prevent circling. To remove soil, clean the fabric with the foam from a mild water-based detergent. Test on a small inconspicuous area before proceeding.
Do not use household solvents on your counter stools or bar stools' fabric; hot water extraction or steam cleaning is best. Keep in mind the fact that blue jean dye can transfer from jeans onto white or light-colored upholstery fabrics with contact, even after washing jeans many times.
PVC and Polyurethane Upholstery Coverings: Some Amisco chairs use a PVC or Polyurethane upholstery covering. In this instance, use a soft cloth and mild soapy water, or all-purpose cleaner to remove surface stains and spots. Do not use solvent.
Some foods may stain white and light-colored PVC or polyurethane upholstery coverings. Clean any food spills immediately to prevent permanent stains. Blue jean dye can transfer from jeans onto white and light-colored PVC or polyurethane with contact, even after several washing's. Clean blue jean dye marks with isopropyl rubbing alcohol.