Plastic chairs are especially durable in comparison to wooden models, which makes them the ideal candidate to keep outdoors at all times. As long as you clean them off every few weeks or at least once a month, you should have no trouble with the chairs for many, many years.
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Especially designed to go along with our SeaAira style furniture, but works great with other styles also.
The finish is only available in two colors, a natural cedar color and a pale gray. All of the other pieces on our list today are available in several color options, so this is a significant downside to us.
Unfortunately, teak is not grown in the US. It is imported from Asian countries. Couple that with its excellent weatherproof properties and outstanding strength, and you have one of the most expensive woods.
Few things feel better than whiling away the day on a shady porch, nestled in the deep recline of an Adirondack chair. Its hallmark sloped backrest, canted seat and paddle-like armrests make it easily recognizable far outside its namesake region. Occasionally retitled and regularly reinvented in polyethylene and plastic, the chair has become a fixture on lakeshores in Michigan, beach cottages on Cape Cod and grassy front lawns across the nation.
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From 1999 to 2001 there was a period of tremendous growth for the business. Several additional product lines were added and delivery/setup services were expanded.
Hi Jamie. I didn’t prime them first. I just cleaned them and made sure they were dry before using 2 coats of spray paint.
44" round prince dining table with optional umbrella holder. Regal dining swivel chairs. Shown in Carolina blue
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Polywood’s chairs come in a wide variety of colors, with 13 vibrant colors to choose from (shown here in Sunset Red). These beauties are made in the USA and are built with environmentally-friendly recycled materials.
Weather resistance essentially means unwavering against constant contact or changes in water, temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure.
Most iconic chairs are extremely expensive to purchase. No so for Adirondack chairs! Given the ubiquity of these chairs, the variety of material types, and classic universal look and feel, these are a must in virtually any backyard. They are available in many designs, from cheap plastic to classic wood to beautiful poly resin materials, and hit every budget.
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Lots of small everyday household products, such as milk jugs, are made with HDPE. When you put those HDPE products in your recycling container, they’re often recycled into bigger everyday household products, such as trashcans, or — you guessed it — outdoor furniture. In the case of HDPE, the recycling process is sometimes referred to as “downcycling” because the original HDPE experiences some changes to its basic property types during the recycling process, and can’t be recycled a second time (when it’s in its outdoor furniture form).