How To Protect Rattan Sunroom Furniture

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Rattan sunroom furniture is a beautiful addition to any backyard sanctuary, offers comfortable seating for you and your guests. It may remain as a functional and stylish piece of lawn furniture for many years if properly cared for. It is not expensive to protect outdoor wicker furniture, but it requires occasional attention to cleaning, a touch of gentleness and, above all.

Posted on November 22, 2017 Sunroom Furniture


Wash rattan sunroom furniture regularly with soap and a sponge. Fill a bucket with soapy water and wipe all surfaces. Regular washing prevents the buildup of mold and remove any accumulated dust or debris. Wash willow is also the first step you must take before applying a coat of paint.

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Rinse the basket after you have dried it with soapy water. If you do not have a hose, you can rinse the bucket, fill it with clean water, and pour the water over the furniture to remove the soapy water and grime. Let the chair completely. Apply a DE glosser the cane. DE glosser available at most home-improvement stores. DE glosser will better enable the paint to adhere to the basket surface. Follow the instructions for DE glosser and let it dry.

Paint the willow with weatherproof outdoor paint. Most wicker furniture is made of a material known as cane, which is absorbent. Absorb moisture from the outside and the weather will eventually lead to basket deteriorate. Adding a coat of paint will seal sallow and help protect it from the elements.  Cover the rattan sunroom furniture with a tarp when inclement weather is expected or when you know you will be away for a long time. This will greatly increase the life of the furniture.

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