I was curious, found this: https://weldwarehouse.com/cgi-bin/einstein.pl?::1:WLDWH:1:803=8237
Even though some Adirondack chairs look extremely pretty, they are hard to maintain. If you don’t want any hassles regarding that, we’d advise you to buy a plastic or resin Adirondack chair. The resin Adirondack chair is also easy to clean. Just wipe it down with a clean cloth. Got stains on your chair? Use a mild detergent and brush to remove it. Learn how to paint your Adirondack chair.
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While the design of the Adirondack chair hasn’t changed for decades, the materials they’re made of have developed over the years. Finding the right chair made of the right material for your climate may not be the easiest task.
When locating the bolt holes, arrange them in a triangle as shown in the diagram below. Following the diagram carefully prevented me from placing a hole where a screw for the front crosspiece might be located.
This chair features 26 inches high from the ground similar to that of a regular chair with a contour seating area for better comfort. Features a high backrest and a stylish, comfortable armrest to enhance the comfortability this chair serves.
The Highwood Hamilton is made of eco-friendly CPVC and features 304-grade stainless steel hardware for the fasteners. Even the dark colored chairs don’t get particularly hot in the prolonged sun.
I could go for some Polywood in my backyard. This would definitely be a step up from the round robin of the seasonal dumpster special. Dreaming of real backyard furniture now. I share your husband’s vision quest.
Working with Abram was fun, to be sure. But I spent years working in commercial shops building hundreds of projects while working with others. And while Abram is a celebrity, his pleasant personality and easygoing manner made me feel right at home, too.
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Update: we decided to order 3 more of these chairs for $229.00 amd we sat in it and now the plastic is hot or something and its bowing down amd the material feels really soft and flimsy. I will definitely be contacting the company or the seller for a partial refund. These are not worth $229.00 dont waste your hard earned money. These are going to be way too small and too low to the ground. Assembly is fairly easy but they only include a picture. They don't include the wrench (use a socket bit and ratchet it'll be 80 times easier by the way) and it's easy to put the bolt facing inward accidentally when attaching the arm. I ripped my pants figuring it out that the pointy part needs to go under the arm. Most importantly NO WEIGHT CAPACITY is provided. And if you read the notes from the manufacturer they say things like. "We are trying to test all of our furniture" or, "we are only required to test it to 250lbs". Just weird stuff that leads me to believe that it's definitely not substantial enough to hold a lot of adults. If you have an extra few daysto figure out how to put this horrible thing together then go for it! The directions are ridiculous. It’s only pictures. The “poly wood” pieces have plastic shavings all over them. It comes in several pieces and includes an an Allen wrench but not the other 8/17 specific wrench that you need. So after I looked through my garage and finally had to go to Home Depot to get the size wrench I needed I ended up spending several hours putting it together only to finally give up and go to bed. I’ll attempt putting the rest of it together today. Not worth it at all. I’d return it if it wasn’t such a pain to do so. Ordered the chair thinking it was a full size Adirondack chair. It's not--about 3" too short in every direction. Ordered 4 chairs for $219/each. In the details and features it states they fold flat. They do not fold. It is a mistake in the description. I assume you have to pay $253 to get the folding one but it was a “copy and paste” description. I analyzed the info in detail before ordering as I thought to good to be true. Sure enough
Do you think this will work on resin wicker furniture (walmart kind not the fancy JoPa kind!)
In the late 1800s, the Adirondack Mountains were fast becoming a popular location for retreat among the wealthy of New York City. The publishing of Adventures in the wilderness; or Camp-Life in the Adirondacks by William H.H. Murray, spurred on the tourists. Willliam H. H. Murray is identified as the founder of the Outdoor Movement, and wrote the book for those who, “pent up in narrow offices and narrower studies, weary of the city’s din, long for a breath of mountain air and the free life by field and flood.” This book started the trend among city dwellers to vacation in the country.
Some types of outdoor furniture, such as the simple, stackable patio chairs with the slightly wobbly legs, are usually made with polypropylene; look for a Resin Identification Code [RIC] number (5) in a triangle on the underside of the furniture. In general, number (5) plastics are sometimes accepted for recycling, but the size and shape of the plastic furniture still usually prohibits it from being recycled curbside.
This a bit stylish different in height, unlike the regular Adirondack chair on the list. The height is lifted to provide more comfort for those that can’t sit too low. They are more suitable for older people that might find it hard to stand from a low seat and those with a back problem.