Caring for your furniture and chairs which are your places of comfort is easy and should be done regularly to ensure long life span. Regular dusting is necessary because the primary opponents of wicker chairs are grime and dust. They easily get deposited in the crevices. And if they you do not take them away, these will become the cause of the deterioration of your furniture.
Often time’s people like to think that plastic chairs should be confined and used in the outdoors only, however this notion is not entirely correct. If you open your creative eye to new possibilities as well as ideas, you will be amazed at how you can take an ordinary chair made of plastic and turn it in to something that everyone will love. Of course plastic outdoor chairs should remain in the outdoors; however there are ways in which you can use chairs made of such material to have a unique touch. These create a warm and fun environment, which will truly come in handy when you have guests and visitors.
Once a year, your indoor wicker chairs will have to undergo a thorough cleaning. Take them outside and wash completely. As usual, use mild soap and a soft brush. Rinse by spraying water using a garden hose. After that, you will have to dry them quickly so they don’t absorb the water. Expose them to the sun or if not use a dryer or a fan for drying.
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