Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:07:36 AM
Outdoor or patio furniture is either made of wood or wrought iron. The paint to be used for this must be capable of withstanding the atrocities of inclement weather. Heat and humidity cause the paint to crack and peel off. No matter what quality paint you apply on your outdoor furniture, you will invariably have to repaint it every 2-3 years. Latex paint is the best option for patio furniture, as it does not fade easily and can stand extreme weather conditions. Besides, some exterior latex paints also come with mold and mildew resistant formulations, which prevent the growth of mold and mildew on wooden outdoor furniture. Water-based latex paint or an acrylic spray-on are the best options for iron furniture, but avoid using oil-based paints for iron furniture under all circumstances.
Time consuming unlike buying readymade furniture straight from the store, buying custom made furniture can be quite time consuming. This is because the furniture maker will start everything from scratch, including sourcing the raw materials and the creation of the article which in itself takes quite some time before the final product is ready t be delivered to the client.
Yet, as home-owners who have done their research will know, not all sets of this type are created equal. Specifically, rattan outdoor furniture can be made of natural rattan, sourced from palm trees, or of a synthetic counterpart, a polythene alloy which has been growing in popularity among home owners due to a number of characteristics. The present article aims to draw a comparison between these two types of materials, highlighting the advantages each holds over the other, so as to give home-owners an overview of what to expect prior to purchase.
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