How to Repair an Outdoor Chair
Being left in the sun, rain, pool, suntan lotions and body oils, and the outdoors eventually take their toll on much furniture. The vinyl strapping on chairs and lounges tends to fade, crack and fall apart. Replacement parts are anything from vinyl strapping to tires, custom-made slings to end caps. The best way to keep outdoor furniture looking great is regular maintenance. Make sure to always bring furniture inside during unfavorable weather conditions or store under a breathable cover. Check all bolts and screws on the chair and tighten any that are loose. Replace broken, rusted or missing pieces. Use a silicone lubricant on all wheels and hinges. Just a few basic tips for how to repair your out door chair.
+by Margaret Walker on Fri, 10/08/2010 - 18:29
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