Cleaning Wood Sets: Wood sets can vary, from a classic picnic table to a set of Adirondack Chairs. Using a mild soap with warm water and gentle scrub brush or sponge, clean the surface of your furniture. Allow the furniture to air dry completely, or use a towel to dry. Address any areas that require sanding, painting, or staining. If the wood has a natural finish, consider rubbing a furniture oil or mineral oil into the surface to keep the wood from splitting or becoming brittle during dry winter months.
There are a number of options available for the covering or wrapping of your patio furniture sets. Ideally, it would be nice to move your furniture into a garage, shed, or basement where it is dry and sheltered. However, there are very few people that have the extra space available to store bulky items like patio furniture. If this is the case for you, there are still great methods for protecting your furniture if it must stay outdoors during the winter months.
Patio furniture has evolved through the ages in a way that these units are no longer bulky and space filling ones. Style and elegance are the keywords among designers of patio furniture these days. Any type of furniture that is used in a garden, lawn or even at a poolside is entitled to be called patio furniture. In such circumstances patio furniture consists of a table and a set of chairs to start. Additional units include a coffee table, chaise lounge and a love seat.
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