There are several different types of models where the main difference is relative to the closure. Some models simply slip over the chairs while others have a more complex closure system.
When the first two criteria are met, you might want to think about style and color of the outdoor chairs you find. The outside of your home is as much a part of the decoration of your house as the inside. Look for colors that will look good against your exterior paint, siding, brick walls, or stone walls. Look for styles that you find interesting and unusual. If you follow these three steps, you will find outdoor chairs that will brighten your home for years to come.
Polyvinyl Chloride better known as vinyl or PVC is basically a plastic material. Typically this is the least expensive fabric; however the ease of use and multi pattern options makes this also a very popular fabric for outdoor chair cushions. The plastics included in this fabric is very flexible and easy to mold and conform to various outdoor chair shapes. It is common for manufactures to add plastic for a slip cover effect. This product does not stand up to heat very well and can get hot to the touch. It also has the potential to fade. Studies are inconclusive, however there has been inquires as to the environmental health concerns with the manufacture of this material.
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