How to choose patio furniture avoid deformation and fading


  When furniture is placed outside, wind, sun and […]


When furniture is placed outside, wind, sun and rain are inevitable. So choose good quality to avoid deformation and fading.

At present, many outdoor furniture on the market are made of wood, especially cedar, pine, teak, etc. with high oil content. Although the surface has been treated with anti-corrosion, many techniques are not enough because the tenon joints are patio furniture manufacturer not old or the expansion coefficient is wrong and they fall apart.
The metal material is selected, although it is durable, but most of the welding is not strict enough to cause metal corrosion, which affects the use. The powder spraying process uses indoor powder, which has poor corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance, and fades and mottles after a long time, which affects the appearance.

Terrace furniture is different from indoor furniture, it is more susceptible to wind, sun, and rain. Therefore, the material selection should choose wood with higher oil content, such as teak, which can prevent the wood from swelling or loose and brittle. crack.
In addition, people who like metal materials can use aluminum or alloy materials that have been painted and waterproof. Such materials can best withstand outdoor wind and rain. Bamboo and rattan furniture is easy to feel freely, but you must pay attention to its maintenance, and wipe it up in time after raining.

Terrace furniture should be small and exquisite. Folding furniture is the best. It is more flexible to use and avoids the terrace being crowded. For example, small tables and chairs on the terrace can be used as tea tables or small dining tables. Rattan or plastic patio tables and chairs with terraces are suitable for roof gardens or large gardens. Iron tables and chairs full of European style are the first choice for European villas.