Durability. First and foremost, patio furniture should be durable. Since most patios are roofless, furniture for patios should be designed in such a way that it is resistant to outdoor environmental conditions such as rain and heat. Moreover, it is not very economical to buy patio furniture that will not last long.
With these considerations, one furniture material that is very ideal for outdoor applications is rattan. Rattan is one of the most durable and long lasting natural materials used in furniture making. Although, rattan is a little expensive, it lasts long and is very easy to maintain and clean. Rattan also has a natural appearance that goes perfectly with the natural environment that patios offer. Moreover, rattan patio furniture offers an aura of relaxation and elegance that no other outdoor furniture can offer. To top it all, when rattan wears off its luster because of environmental exposure, it can be conveniently revived by applying lacquer or varnish.
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.
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