Resin Adirondack Chairs

Resin Adirondack chairs are coveted for their beauty, of course, but also for their easy maintenance and durability. One of the major selling points of resin Adirondack chairs is their weather resistance. No matter the color, they are designed not to fade or chip, and to stay vibrant through extreme hot and cold weather. That said,a little preemptive maintenance goes a long way when it comes to your resin Adirondack chairs. To be on the safe side, put your chairs in the shed or garage as fall winds down. They’ll survive the winter, but why not keep them extra pristine during the snowy months when you won’t be using them anyway? Resin Adirondack chairs are lightweight and easy to store, so don’t be afraid to take this route.

When it comes to cleaning, it is recommended you follow a regular but simple regimen to keep your resin Adirondack chairs in top shape. Just spray them down once a month with a garden hose to keep excess dirt and grime at bay. In the spring and fall, a more thorough cleaning should take place. Gather the following supplies for the job:

Garden hose
All-purpose cleaner
Clean cloth
Soft-bristle brush
Plastic spray bottle
Rubber gloves

First, hose down your resin Adirondack chairs. Next, spray your patio chairs liberally with all-purpose cleaner. Let it soak in for 10 minutes, then use the soft-bristle brush to scrub them. Once you’ve covered the entire surface area, rinse you resin chair and either let them dry in the sun, or use a cloth to buff dry them.

For mold and mildew cases, extra cleaning measures are required. For outdoor Adirondack chairs that are white or light colored, combine half a cup of bleach with one gallon of water. Apply the mixture with a sponge and let it soak on your resin chairs for 10 minutes. Rinse chairs well with a hose. Resin chairs in darker hues should be cleaned with a mixture of one cup of white vinegar and one gallon on water. Likewise, apply the mixture with a sponge and let it stand for 10 minutes. Rinse chairs thoroughly with a hose. Air or buff dry.

These twice-yearly cleanings should have your resin chair set looking good as new. But for enduring shine, consider coating your resin chairs with automotive wax. A thin layer of this substance fills the surface pores where pesky dirt and moisture like to hide, so you’ll have less work to when you bring out the chairs for their cleaning in six months.

Everything you’ve heard about plastic resin patio furniture is true! It’s durable, attractive, and, as you can see by this simple how-to articles, so easy to clean. Start browsing for your perfect set today!