Hanging wicker chair is evidence of the development of the rattan furniture. Why is that? Well, in general, wicker chair is made by using raw materials such as synthetic rattan. Synthetic or artificial rattan is a material that is used for producing synthetic webbing on the hanging chair. Besides rattan, wicker chair is also made of aluminum or teak. This material is normally used for the frame of wicker furniture.
Hanging wicker chair is made in such a way so that it becomes something beautiful and has unique characteristics that cannot be compared to the hanging chair in general. The uniqueness of this hanging chair is to have good resistance to a variety of disorders that can damage furniture, such as termites and water. In addition, the wicker chair in this type is also very easily treated when it is compared with woven furniture made of wood.
Hanging wicker chair, as mentioned earlier, it is very easy to maintain. You just have to clean it once a week. Simply use a dry cloth to remove dust attached. To clean the dust and dirt that is on the sidelines, wash it with detergent. Wipe with a dry cloth and dry with aerated. This treatment can be done once a month. To still look beautiful, you can paint it when the colors look faded. To avoid termites, you can use a solution of camphor and kerosene. Spray it in your rattan wicker chair.
Hanging wicker chair is available in various models and sizes. One is hanging chair designed with a height of 200 cm and a diameter of 100 cm. This wicker chair made of aluminum frame wrapped with rattan in brekele wicker. Rattan used to make the hanging chair is a high-quality rattan. This hanging wicker can last up to 20 years and can accommodate loads up to 100 kg.
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