Winter is coming, and famous quotes aside, the weather is getting colder, and your outdoor furniture might not be the first thing on your mind as you begin the winterization process for your living space.
However, your patio dining set needs attention during the winter just as much as your car does. Failure to adequately protect your furniture from the elements will result in shorter-lasting outdoor furniture. But how does one prepare their outdoor furniture for the winter?
Do you buy your deck chairs a warm winter parka and a pair of fuzzy boots? Are your patio dining sets partial to hot cocoa and a lovely quilt from grandma? Perhaps your chilly fire pit can snuggle up next to a warm fireplace for the night?
While those ideas have merit, they aren't the best options for winterizing your outdoor furniture. Thankfully, this article will help you prepare your outdoor furniture for those frigid temperatures and snowy nights this winter.
At Furniture Fair, we've been selling outdoor furniture since 1963, and we've learned a thing or two about how to care for outdoor furniture. Read on to learn the best methods for making your back porch furniture last as long as possible.
Remember that your furniture may need different cleaning methods, and always check with your brand manufacturer for the recommended winterizing methods.