By Maxence Boutin. Hammocks. Published at Sunday, April 08th, 2018 - 11:52:13 AM.
Durability. This is cotton's Achilles Heel. Cotton hammocks and hammock chairs tend to attract mold and rot when wet, making cotton a particularly unreliable material for these products.
Stainless steel hammock stands The obvious advantage of a stainless steel hammock stand over a regular steel hammock stand is that the stainless steel stand won't rust, making it ideal for wetter or salt-water air environments, or places in your home where you don't particularly want to see a rust-covered piece of metal - for instance on a porch or patio. The non-rusting benefits of stainless steel hammock stands are reflected in their price, but the extra investment may be well worth it in the long-term, justifying the higher cost.
A hammock swing resembles a hammock folded in half and hung up with a basket at the center of the hammock. It is great for lounging on a patio or indoors on a warm summer evening. Sturdy, comfortable, and cost-effective, hammock swings can provide you with years of faithful service with minimal maintenance. The more expensive versions of hammock swings have a foot-rest installed under those, and are often called 'air chairs'.
Fabric hammocks can be quilted, or made of cotton or mesh. A well-made fabric hammock is durable and doesn't require much maintenance. Fabric hammocks are comfortable, and cotton fabric offers the most comfort. Unlike rope hammocks, there will be no prints on your body. Fabric hammocks are also very good for young children - their little fingers and toes won't get caught in the holes. On the downside, fabric doesn't provide much ventilation. So if you lie in a fabric hammock on a hot day, you might get a bit sticky. On the other hand, fabric is an ideal choice for cooler climates.
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