A stain or two of ink or grease can just about ruin the appearance of the white chair. This is because a white chair is just that- white. In addition to it showing any stain or dirt that it may accumulate, it is quite unnerving to sit on a white chair. An employee may be constantly worrying whether his/ her pen may scratch against the chair’s surface and create a blue line.
Children may like the squeaking sound of a chair but for an employee trying to do his job well, the persistent squeaking of his office chair may frustrate him, not helping at all to his work productivity. A squeaking office chair is usually a result of either of these two reasons. First, the squeaking sound may be because there is constant friction between two metal parts. Usually, this metal to metal contact happen where the back is attached to the seat. Another cause for squeaking are the loose fixings that secure the back to the seat.
Upholstery always tends to be an option that is often overlooked when it should actually be well thought out before making a purchase decision. If you have children in your home it is best to stay clear of upholstery materials that can be easily stained like fabric and look for a chair that can be upholstered in a more durable stain-resistant material such as vinyl, leather, or mesh.
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