Choose garden furniture that will stand the test of time by investing in a high quality product, but remember to care for it properly to make it last. Where possible, aim to try before you buy to ensure the seats are comfy and the finish of the materials is what you’re expecting.
Invest in a protective cover if your garden furniture is kept outside during the winter months. This will help to extend the life of your furniture, but be sure to check regularly for holes or rips to prevent damage to the item underneath.
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