With such life-long features, it is no wonder why people are getting sold on plastic and resin patio furniture. If you have not heard enough, the maintenance-free characteristic bears repeating. Outside of caring for and cleaning your furniture with soap and warm water, you can "sit back, relax and forget about it" says Poly-Wood, Inc. And if by chance you get a tough stain requiring additional cleaning power, such as a bleach/water mixture or a power wash, you can do so without affecting the color of your furniture.
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.
Plastic Adirondack chairs and furniture have been designed for comfort and are built to last. They are unaffected by sun, rain, snow, even chlorine and saltwater. There is no need to paint or sand your plastic or resin patio furniture or apply a treatment seasonally. It does not rot, warp, crack or splinter. And because the furniture has solid color throughout, you can leave your plastic Adirondack chairs outside year-round because they will not fade.
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