By Mildred Walker. Furniture. Published at Sunday, May 20th, 2018 - 03:03:08 AM.
It may be a more expensive proposition, but it also provides the best protection for your furniture over time. Covers that are undersized will not give adequate protection to your furniture, and covers that are too big will tend to be blown away (or cause your furniture to get blown away). Another unwelcome development from loose covers is the creation of pools of water that can cause moisture as well as become breeding grounds for mosquitoes (yuck) and other insects. During winter, these pools of water can turn into ice and cause damage to the cover and the furniture as well.
Now that you have purchased the best outdoor furniture cover that you can possibly afford, you move into new territory; the proper installation of your covers. But before you do that, you must make sure your furnishings are properly set up and ready to go. First things first, scan your backyard and look for any potential risks that the environment has or can offer; such as trees and branches (or their droppings). Bird nests can also be a source of unwelcome debris (hint hint). Relocating the furniture away from less-than-ideal areas can conceivably save you money, time and effort in replacing expensive parts or the entire furniture itself once damaged. Then make sure that the covers are clean and dry before you install them, to avoid dirt and stains getting permanently preserved on the furniture. Remember, the whole idea is to preserve your furniture as clean, not dirty!
The next item on your to-do list has to do with inspection of the covers for any factory defects, rips, tears or anything that can lead to the deterioration of the cover or the furniture itself. Should you find any defect, make sure to bring them back to the dealer and have them replaced as they should be covered by a warranty. This step will probably be the most time consuming one but will be the most rewarding one. As it is said, an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure! Carefully read the instructions and manuals to make sure you understand the installation procedure clearly.
Beside mahogany and mango, Indian rosewood is also used in the manufacture of dark furniture. In fact, furniture designers these days, are carving out more modern designs that sport straight edges and humble artwork. Many of these new designs are able to create a unique look inside a room, ideal for those who don‘t intend to follow the crowd. Before buying any piece of dark furniture, always inquire how much of the product is manufactured from solid wood, particularly in the case of mango and mahogany pieces. Sometimes, solid wood is mixed with veneer to keep the prices down. If the price of the furniture seems to be unbelievably cheap, then that may not be pure dark furniture.
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