Whatever your outdoor furniture is made from, the sunshine, the various forms of precipitation, the wide temperature variations and the winds that your outdoor set is exposed to will leave their mark on the surfaces of your items over time. Fortunately, there are many easy methods to preserve the beauty and the strength of your outdoor furniture – here are some:
- Keep the furniture clean – dirt is unsightly and also harmful for your outdoor items, whatever their material. If you have wrought iron items, you will need a special cleaning product that also prevents rust, but most other materials, including wood, aluminum and synthetics, can be easily cleaned with some dish soap, water and a sponge;
- Protect your fabrics – you probably use cushions and covers to make your outdoor furniture more comfortable. Those comfort items also need some care – wash them regularly using suitable settings and use a fabric protection product after each wash;
- Use covers – the sun and the rain are bad enemies of outdoor furniture. According to recommended outdoor furniture Denver merchants today you can easily find covers made from dense, water-repellent materials for the chairs as well as for the table – use them whenever the set is not in use to prevent any fading or cracking caused by the sun and any moisture damage, too.