If you have followed the cleaning and covering steps outlined previously, you can probably feel comfortable knowing that your patio furniture will be safely cocooned for the winter months to come. On occasion, it can be helpful to brush any accumulated ice or snow from your furniture coverings to prevent any leaking or shifting that could allow moisture to infiltrate and damage the furniture. It might also be a good idea to check every once in a while for any critters that might have decided that your securely covered furniture set would be a perfect home for the winter.
When planning to build a patio, the kind of furniture you are planning to use will definitely affect the design of the patio. For some people, they plan their patio depending on the kind of patio furniture they like. For others, they buy furniture which blends with the theme or design of their outdoor living areas. The important thing to remember is the furniture should bring a homey feeling to your patio. Patio furniture usually includes a dining set, benches, rocking chairs, throw pillows, cushions and other accessories. Many stores sell furniture for outdoor living areas in sets. This means that customers can usually see different furniture with the same designs. For those who do not want uniform designs, they can mix and match from a wide array of furniture.
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.
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