I've also gone through a lot of these.....haven't found the solution myself other than to head to Home Depot to replace. They are very comfortable and durable, but don't last forever.
While most colors will only need to be cleaned a few times a year, colors like white, gray, or ivory and other lighter colors will need to be cleaned more often to maintain their original beauty. For the lighter colors, rub the furniture with a soft bristle brush and rinse off with warm, clean water. If needed, you can use a high-pressure washer; be sure to hold the nozzle more than 12″ away from the furniture when using the pressure washer. .
The climate you live in will greatly determine which wood is right for you. Those who live in wet climates will need a durable wood that resists bug infestation and rough weather. Dry climates need wood that resists sun damage, cracking, and fading. A globalized economy provides more options than ever before. A few of the most common woods include the following.
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Assembly is simple: screw in the two bolts on the sides, and insert the pegs into the sides. Voila, Adirondack chair ready for sitting! To fold the chair up, remove the pegs and you’re done.
You can create a different mood for your backyard, lawn or patio by mixing and matching colors for a two-tone effect. For example you can use lime green, teal green, cool blues or powder blue with brilliant white for a “fresh look”. Or mix rich blues, greens, yellow, reds and orange to add vibrancy and excitement… Or use vivid deep colors such as burgundy, cedar, forest green to enhance your back yard wooded area.
People choose Adirondack chairs for many reasons. For starters, their unique shape makes their comfort unrivaled in patio furniture. It is effortless to lounge, chat with friends, enjoy your favorite beverage, and soak up the sun. Additionally, many Adirondack chairs can be stacked for simple storage, and they are effortless to maintain. Their bright color options also many them a popular choice, especially since they can be customized with different cushion options to match any design scheme.
This chair is similar to our Big Red, but it is a little smaller. It has thick 2x6 legs, wide broad arms and a stylish five slat board back. The seat is contoured for added comfort and the front legs are tapered. Available in Cypress, Cedar and Mahogany. SKU: wood-country-adirondack-chair Category: Chairs Tags: Wood Country, Adirondack
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Many times, lots of people like to think that the more expensive something is, the better the quality. While this does hold true to a certain extent, that is not always the case. In fact, even though this chair is certainly not the most expensive on the market, it does provide plenty of value for what it costs. For instance, this chair is one of the most durable on the market. This is mainly due to its high-quality hardware. The screws and bolts that hold this chair together are made with marine-grade steel, which means that you will never have to worry about them rusting out on you.
If you’ve got a family with different size needs, the Highwood Hamilton line of poly resin Adirondack chairs may be what you’re looking for. Available in three sizes (Adult, King, and Kid) and in several color options, these reclining, folding Adirondack chairs are great!
There are a couple of coordinating accessory furniture pieces produced by Polywood: ottomans and side tables. The matching furniture sets are great for those looking to outfit a backyard space in an eco-friendly manner.
Our Big Red classic Adirondack chair has a 23" inch wide roomy seat, large wide arms, thick 2x6 leg boards, beautiful raked five slat board back, tapered front legs and a comfortable contoured seat. Available in the following woods; Cedar, Ipe and Mahogany.
Hmmmm…. mine didn’t chip. Make sure you clean them really well and you may want to use a primer this time around just to be sure. Sorry to hear you had some trouble. That can be frustrating.
1) Wood vs “Polywood” plastic— I was surprised at how much the polywood just felt like cheap plastic. However, it has held up over the summer really well as it still looks brand new. So I would buy the polywood/synthetic plastic again over wood.
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