Out door wood furniture's needs protection from rain, sun and other natural calamities.Wood being a hygroscopic material , tries to absorbs moisture from humidity. To cater this problems those outdoor wood furniture's needs protection. Either by using right type of paints or varnishes which can withstand all those problems. This hub explains about how to protect your outdoor wood furnitures. read more
In order to keep your outdoor furniture in good shape, maintain it by power washing it, let it dry and then use a wood sealer like thompson's on it. It will ensure that your outdoor furniture have a prolonged life.
The best choice of outdoor wooden furniture is Teak Wood furniture because it last longer and can resist severe weather conditions. Here is link to a source that has quality Teak Furniture http://www.ultimatefoldingchairs.com/index.html
Outdoor wooden furniture consists
of a broad range of equipment that is applied for resting, seating, storage and
decoration purposes. Outdoor wooden furniture is basically used for porch and
garden arrangements of seating. Prices vary depending... read more
To keep outdoor wooden furniture looking like new, preserve it with either linseed oil or a good water seal. Every few years repeat the process. If possible take it in, or cover it during the harsh winter season in some parts of the world.
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by motscochin8 years ago
I have a burn mark on my wooden furniture caused by an hot iron.. How do i rectify it??
by easyguyevo5 years ago
OR CARPET. Which is the best to get?
by Enelle Lamb6 years ago
Wood or Stone?Our backyard has enough room for both a small patio and a deck - would you use all stone for both, or use wood/composite for the deck?
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