Find Out To Polywood Outdoor Furniture

Jun 12th

Polywood outdoor furniture is trademarks of recycled plastic wood designed to resemble look of wood with durability of plastic. Poly-Wood can be stained in different colors to suit your decorative preferences. This is marks are sensitive to environment, and include recycled materials.

Polywood Outdoor Furniture White
Polywood Outdoor Furniture White

Polywood outdoor furniture is made of recycled plastic. Poly-Wood is specifically made of HDPE plastic, which means high density polyethylene, type of plastic used to make milk jugs, detergent bottles and similar consumer products that can be rinsed and recycled. pollutants are removed from raw materials that are pressed into rigid board stock. recycled “fiber” as used down basic construction material in poly-wood is resistant to corrosion, oil, fuel, damage by insects, fungi and sea foam. material does not crack in freezing temperatures or expand in heat. Because of pressed plastic tables do not absorb moisture; they will resist cracking and splitting.

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Because polywood outdoor furniture not behaves like wood, surface can simply be washed thoroughly with soap and water, without risk of expansion or decomposition. A bleach solution can be applied for more stubborn stains and mildew or fungus. material is also sensitive to anti-fungal agents, without causing damage to furniture. Light sanding will get rid of most scratches and abrasions. Sand surface reveal layers of polyethylene tinted cardboard underneath, revealing a new layer of color instead of color sanded away.