Plastic outdoor furniture is fast becoming a popular choice for patios and decks across America for its durability, low maintenance and affordability. But even when plastics appear to be smooth, they have an absorbent surface and over a short period of time, weather takes its toll on all outdoor furniture, giving it a dingy and dull appearance. While many homeowners hose off their outdoor furniture, using a mild cleaning detergent, mild cleaners are not sufficient when it comes to removing tree sap, soot, pollution and weather marks. Follow these easy cleaning tips to keep your outdoor furniture looking its best all season long.
And that is not all. Plastic and resin patio furniture comes in a variety of colors and styles. The Adirondack style has been a very popular version for plastic furniture. With plastic Adirondack chairs, benches and swings, you can find a classic, curved back or shellback style. Along with those choices you can choose colors such as white, patina, natural, teak, green and even lively colors such as flamingo, caribbean blue, and banana.
The actual term wicker is something of a misnomer. While many people associate wicker patio furniture with rattan, the traditional material this type of furniture is made from, the word actually refers to the weave itself. Wicker furniture can be made of out virtually any material that can be woven from natural materials like rattan and bamboo to plastics.
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