By Romaine Delage. Adirondack Chair. Published at Sunday, November 19th, 2017 - 04:27:54 AM.
These patio chairs will also need to be cared for during the colder months. In most cases, you would wash the chair off and dry it well. Then you could set it inside in the basement, garage, or perhaps even use it indoors. If you decide to store it, simply place a plastic tarp over the chair to keep it clean. With a little common sense and cleaning, you do not have to do much to an Adirondack chair, thus another benefit.
Seeing the marketing potential that the chair has, Bunnel secured a patent for it in 1905, behind Lee's back, and dubbed it the "Westport Chair". Eventually, Lee was recognized as the chair's creator and was since called the "Adirondack chair". Nevertheless, thanks to Bunnel's underhanded tactics, the Adirondack chair has emerged as one of America's most beloved furniture creations.
If your Adirondack chair is left unpainted and should be covered with mold and mildew, a power washer would be an excellent way to clean it. Just remember to use the right size nozzle so the pressure is not so hard that the wood becomes damaged. Also a simple mild cleaner will do wonders to remove mold mildew and the occasional visit from a local bird. If you do not have a power washer, you can use good, old-fashioned soap and water, brushing the mold and mildew off with a soft brush. When you have finished washing the chair, allow it to dry completely. Then, add a protective coat with something like polyurethane. This way, you will not have to deal with the problem again.
The Brazilian cherry wood Adirondack chair offers sophistication to your usual Adirondack chair. With its sleek design and velvety finish, this piece is crafted from the Jatoba tree which is commonly found in Central and South America, in the regions of Brazil and the lush Amazon. The production of the Brazilian cherry wood Adirondack chair adheres to the strict laws against illegal logging, offering luxury to its users and commitment to the environment.
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