You may not have heard of a papasan chair, and you may have heard it described as bowl chair. In essence is has a rattan base, a rattan bowl that sits on - but is not fixed to - the base and a cushion that sits on the bowl. The non fixed position means that it is easy to adjust the position of the chair to you achieve a comfy position. Everyone’s heard of bean bags, a lot of people would discount them as a piece of furniture and banish them to their children’s bedroom.
Taking care of your teak chair is simple. If you like the beautiful gray oxidized look, you won’t need to do much. If the golden honey color is what you are wanting to showcase, then here are some steps to keep that gorgeous honey surface. Washing your chair with mild soap and water will remove any surface dirt or dust. Let the chair dry for 12-24 hours. If you are looking to get rid of the gray color that appears after time due to oxidation, you will need to lightly sand down the chair.
If you choose to add a little extra comfort factor by going with cushions, remember that outdoor patio cushions vary greatly from the indoor ones. Cushions intended for outdoor use are made from heavy duty, woven materials such as acrylic linen, olefin and PVC which are waterproof, resistant to tears, fading and mildew, and wipe clean with a damp cloth.
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