Bar Stools. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 20:29:51 PM
There are many options to choose from. Generally, bar-stools intended for use outside are manufactured in wood or metal with seats that are either upholstered in vinyl, polyurethane or created from solid materials. You can find stools in an array of different woods such as Cherry, Oak, Maple, and Pine, which can be stained or painted to meet your preference. Make sure they are treated with an additional clear coat to protect it from the elements.
Misc. With all of the proper care listed above, you should be able to ward off rust for the time being, but it is almost inevitable that it will happen eventually. Use a hard bristled wire brush to scrape off any rust stains, and then retreat with either paint, wax or both. If you are in the process of rescuing neglected a metal stool, you can use sandpaper to help rid each piece of large rust spots. Simply remember to retreat and each item should have a fresh, decades long lease on life. Metal bar stools can add beauty and versatility to any décor, and with proper care, you won`t have to replace your items for years.
Polish. Your metal stool doesn`t really need polishing, but it can benefit from waxing now and then. The wax acts like a barrier between the elements and the metal itself. Waxing doesn`t leave the metal slick, but it can make it slightly more difficult to grip, especially for older folks and for kids. This is particularly useful if you plan on using your furniture outdoors as well as indoors. You can also repaint your metal furniture every few years to hide dings and scraps that inevitably happen over time. The paint serves a similar purpose as the wax in protecting the metal from daily wear and tear.
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