Textilene is a mesh woven material with strong polyester yarns individually coated with plastic or PVC. This blends the durability of the polyester yarn with the plastic coating protection. Typically Textilene is a waterproof material, however it does not have the sun protection needed to protect and is subject to fading. Textilene can be cleaned with mild natural soap (no detergent) and water. A small amount of bleach can be used to get out tough stains, however over time bleach will breakdown the PVC material. The polyester provides some durability and stability, so use poolside, along with regular cleaning. This material is the middle of the cost scale. Not the cheapest and not the most expensive finished product. Outdoor chair cushions have the common woven mesh texture.
Not many people put a lot of thought into the outdoor chair style that they get for their home, most simply look at the color. However; the style can play just as big of a part on the look of the outside of your home as the color can. Color coordination is a big part, but choosing the right look can help tie your whole decor together.
Whatever your budget - whatever your setting - outdoor chairs add that bit of comfort and make any occasion a comfortable one, even if its just sitting out on your balcony catching a few evening rays with a glass of wine.
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