Marco Eichel. Bar Stools. October 29th , 2017.
Wood Bar Stools. Wood bar stools can mean many things. If you look at a traditional style home furniture, you may have very few details, very limited overall style and an overall basic look. This type of home furniture is a good option in most cases for any home, but is it right for the woman that is starting a new life of her own?
Whichever type of bar stools you choose, make sure they match your home, your yard, and your lifestyle. Although it`s tempting to buy cheap stools, you`ll get more enjoyment and use out of stools designed for durability.
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.
Plastic Stools. Molded plastic stools are affordable and weatherproof, but are less durable than other options and are often unattractive. If you live in a very hot region, the stools may not last more than one or two seasons because heat and light quickly degrade plastic. Plastic stools should also be stored in winter to prevent damage from extreme cold.
Cleaning. In most cases, cleaning your metal bar stools with simple soap and warm water will be more than enough, but it is important that you dry off the metal surfaces so that no rusting occurs. You also want to wash them as soon as you can since older dirt, food and dust will be more difficult to clean. If you are stymied with a spot that really doesn`t want to come out, go ahead and use some mild dish washing detergent, but make sure that you don`t leave any residue on the metal once you are done. Clean and dry the surface when you are finished and if you want to go the extra mile, use filtered water to even out the pH level.
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