Understandably, hammocks and hammock chairs kept out of the elements (including away from insects) last longer than those that are not. Popular locations for hammocks and hammock chairs are screened and closed-in porches. Although these areas are not winterized to protect people from the cold and therefore not used everywhere all year around, they do provide shelter from precipitation, sun, mosquitos and other flying bugs, and wind-borne objects, such as leaves.
For instance, something like cedar will only need to be oiled about once a year. Some woods, especially the teak hardwood, requires almost no maintenance because it makes its own oils which function as well as, or better than, synthetic oils. The risk of over-oiling is the accumulation of unsightly black buildup.
Indoor chairs can afford much nicer cushions with all manner of liner fabrics, like suede, cotton and more. Unlike the cushions of the outdoor reclining Adirondack chair, which consists of waterproof polyfill, indoor chairs can be stuffed with everything from cushy cotton to luxurious memory foam.
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