Lots of small everyday household products, such as milk jugs, are made with HDPE. When you put those HDPE products in your recycling container, they’re often recycled into bigger everyday household products, such as trashcans, or — you guessed it — outdoor furniture. In the case of HDPE, the recycling process is sometimes referred to as “downcycling” because the original HDPE experiences some changes to its basic property types during the recycling process, and can’t be recycled a second time (when it’s in its outdoor furniture form).
These units require no care other than a good wash down with water every so often. Just spray them down with a hose and you should be good to go. If there are any stubborn marks, just clean with a brush and some mild detergent to remove the stain. .
The finish is only available in two colors, a natural cedar color and a pale gray. All of the other pieces on our list today are available in several color options, so this is a significant downside to us.
I should mention that a few people have reported that the chalky residue didn’t go away after they painted their chairs –– no good. Honestly, I can’t say why some work and some don’t — it may be the material made to make the chair??? My best advice is to try this with one chair and see how it turns out before proceeding with the rest so you don’t waste your time and money.
Bought 5, need 3 more but live 2 hours away from nearest COSTCO. How can I find out if my store, located in Newark, DE, has them in stock without driving the 2 hours? I’ve tried to call but can’t find a number that someone will answer.
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Some find Adirondack chairs to be sublimely comfortable as they are, though others prefer to sit on them with a cushion for added softness. We tend to lean toward no cushion, but we can completely understand those who want that extra padding!
1. Outer Banks Deluxe Poly Lumber Folding Adirondack Chair with Integrated Footrest
Child-sized Adirondack chairs are identical to their adult counterparts and make a fun addition to an outdoor set.
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Whenever your doing a paint project, always buy twice the amount you think you will need. Better to have too much than run out. You can return what you don’t use.
Love the chairs! Funny, I was thinking this evening while I spent 2 HOURS in the garden beds pulling weeds and cutting spent flowers, that I wouldn't have time for all that if I had a kid. Wow, that was a totally weird thought. But it's true that you find time. At least, I hope so!
The Lifetime 60064 CPVC Adirondack chair is a best-seller on Amazon.com and is positioned at an aggressive price point. In fact, we chose it as the best budget CPVC chair in our overall Adirondack chair buyer’s guide. It has some excellent features given its price, but it has a few downsides as well.
3) Comfort— These are not comfortable. The back of the chair digs into you. I should have gotten a curved back. To still use these chairs, I have put a pillow on them so you sit back against the pillow.
This chair comes with a unique ottoman to ensure your comfort is fully served. The presence of the ottoman enables you to spread your leg so you can be balanced when seating.
These chairs can be quite comfortable, though they are often used without chair pads. The sloping seat design commonly found on Adirondack chairs, coupled with a curved back that is usually present, results in a nice, comfortable outdoor chair. The flat, wide arms always present on these chairs make it easy to rest a glass of wine upon, or perhaps just some elbows while reading a book.
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