patio. Thursday , March 16th , 2017 - 08:53:09 AM
Use a scouring brush or fine-grit sandpaper to remove signs of rust, after letting white vinegar sit (leave it on for a couple of hours) on the metal to help dislodge the rust. In case of heavy rusting, opt for commercial rust removers, followed by using a rust-proof primer and a metal-toned spray paint for a good-as-new finish.
If your patio umbrella is going to go in the center of a table, it should be big enough to cover the table and the people sitting at the table; otherwise the food is going to be in the shade while you boil in the sun! Measure the ground surface area that you want to come under the umbrella. Use this as a guide to pick the right size.
Wicker furniture is hard to maintain, since the binding can turn dry and brittle, forcing the structure to fall apart. To help it retain moisture, which is the main binding ingredient, wipe wicker furniture with a damp cloth, twice a week. Use linseed oil to fill cracks, leaving it on overnight. Wipe away the excess the following day using a damp cloth. It is better to have imitation wicker furniture in a patio, since it requires less maintenance and isn't prone to falling apart easily. Caring for wicker furniture takes commitment on the part of the owner. During the nights, cover the furniture using a cloth or tarp, or keep them indoors. Don't leave them out during the winter or when it's raining, or they'll crumble in no time.
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