Patio furniture made of wood is quite versatile. With or without cushions is how wood patio furniture is used. There are many different types of wood frames to choose. Here are most types of wood used for patio furniture: pine, oak, cypress, teak, mahogany, cedar, maple, birch and beech, as well as a number of exotic hardwoods. You can paint, oil or stain wood. Some wood like teak can be almost carefree if you allow it to weather to a beautiful silver-grey color. You must re-oil, re-stain or repaint your wood patio furniture from time to time.
Teak wood is the most durable, stable and beautiful wood used for patio furniture. Grade A teak means you will not find knotholes or cracks in the wood. Kiln-dried means your teak patio furniture is dry to the core, with a moisture content of 12% to 15%, which means it will not shrink, slip or move. Machine made means that you can rely on the quality and consistency of the furniture construction.
On the other hand, another alternative for natural rattan furniture is the synthetic rattan furniture. Since this furniture is made of plastic, it is more resistant to outdoor environmental conditions. Synthetic rattan furniture is also more popularly known as artificial rattan furniture. While these furniture pieces offer the same natural elegance that rattan furniture offers, these also offer greater durability, more color options, and even lower cost. In addition, with synthetic rattan furniture, you don't actually have to regularly retouch it to maintain its shine and luster, as most plastics are processed to have long lasting luster and shine. Moreover, contrary to most plastic products, the fibers used in artificial rattan furniture are non toxic, recyclable, and environmentally friendly.
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