Recycled plastic Adirondack chairs have many desirable qualities. Not only are they handsome and durable, but recycled plastic Adirondack chairs have many advantages over traditional wood Adirondack chairs.
The polymer in plastic Adirondack chairs resists bugs and moisture; as a result, the chairs will not grow mold, nor will they rust, crack or warp. The recycled plastic's UV resistant colors (hunter green, dark teak, white and beige are traditional choices) remain vivid and clear even after years of use.
Plastic Adirondack chairs never need staining or waterproofing because, even though they look like they are made of wood, they don't need to be maintained like real wood. The recycled plastic chair comes clean with a little soapy water (avoid harsh solvents or abrasives), followed by a quick rinse and a dry towel.
Using recycled plastic Adirondack furniture
After years of research, plastic manufacturing and recycling has come a long way. Today's durable polyethylene is the prime component for plastic Adirondack chairs and each plastic chair requires some 500 plastic milk jugs to make. This recycling process dramatically reduces landfill growth. Anyone investing in a plastic Adirondack chair can feel satisfied with all aspects of the chair, including environmental aspects.
Variety of styles
Plastic Adirondack chairs come in curved back styles, as well as fan and shell backs. The different styles look great together so you can pick and choose to create just the look you want.
Furnish your deck, patio, porch or favorite retreat with recycled plastic Adirondack chairs. They are the premium choice for beauty and supreme function.