Outdoor Furniture

Modern outdoor furniture

The seats of the modern outdoor furniture are made ​​of a fabric that can withstand inclement weather or are treated to prevent rust and discoloration. No matter what type of material are the outdoor furniture, you can easily replace it with a similar to a fabric appropriate for your environment. The benefit of replacing the seats of the outdoor furniture is that you can reshape and redesign them to fit a more modern look.

Choose materials
Choose the fabric that best suits the climatic conditions of the region. Places with a lot of rain will benefit from a seat with a plastic pad, and environments need sunny porous fabrics such as cotton, block UV treatment. Try natural fabric with a water resistant spray and UV rays blocker before attaching to furniture. Synthetic materials like plastic are not suitable for warm and sunny weather because they can melt and be extremely hot. Consider filling prefer cushions outdoor furniture. The cotton padding is extremely comfortable and dries quickly if it gets wet, but you need a lot of it to create a fluffy pillow. The foam padding is excellent for outdoor cushions, especially synthetic fabric that can avoid getting wet. Dense material such as sponge foam, prevents dry quickly, which can lead to the formation of mold.

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Remove the old pad
Unleash the old pad and removable seat or strip staples to release it. Examine the stuffing inside to determine if it can be reused. The filling should not be moist or discolored because it may indicate mold. If any of these conditions are not present and gets the form after pressing it, you can reuse it.

Construct the seat
Cut the top of the cushion in new fabric you selected. Add a couple of inches (cm) on each side to create a clean edge for sewing or stapling. Some outdoor seating with a removable cushion so you need to sew the top and bottom thereof. After sewing three of the four sides, insert the stuffing and sewn shut. Many removable cushions outdoor seating have a set of strings hanging from them to tie them to the chair and keep arising. Make these bonds in placing the cushion that is located next to a structure to tie. (Usually in the part posterior corners thereof). The bars of a chair are adequate to sustain the bonds of the cushions. Create a seat that permanently attach to the chair by placing padding in the seat and covering it with a single sheet of material. Hold the fabric stapled to the chair around the filling on the surface or below the edge of the seat.