Published at Sunday, April 08th, 2018 - 12:52:17 PM. Patio Chairs. By Paulin Battier.
But if you're not insistent on wood, there are many other materials available today that make outstanding patio chairs. If space is a real issue, consider patio chairs that stack or fold up. When not in use these can take up minimal space in a corner of your veranda, in a storage area, or against the back of your house. Stacking patio chairs can be made of plastic, aluminum, wicker, teak, and more. Folding chairs can be made of these same materials, or the frame can be built of the stronger material, with a seat and back of strong fabric, like canvas or ripstop nylon. If you live in an area where your patio chairs tend to get put away for the winter, the lighter materials work just fine.
In order to prevent any long term staining and increase the life of the patio cushions, just avoid getting any suntan lotions onto the fabric. When you are sunbathing, take a towel and cover the cushion for protection. The chemicals in tanning products will decrease the life of your cushions and leave behind dark, oily stains over a long period of time. But if you do get some suntan lotion on your cushions, quickly clean them with warm water and mild soap or detergent before a smudge forms. The cleaning will take only a few seconds but if you leave it be, it will take hours of hard scrubbing to get it off in the future. In order to maintain the look and the comfort of your cushions, always give them a good soap and water rinses every now and then. Do them once a month and have a thorough rinsing with the hose. You will be glad you did.
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