Taking care of outdoor furniture is a very important thing to do if you plan to use for some time. Here are some practices that will help you preserve your outdoor furniture and keep it always as good as new.
Of course, I am not talking about those cheap plastic chairs and tables you will find in your local market; they are not meant for durability. I am talking about quality outdoor furniture, designed not for cheapness but for durability, that kind of furniture that makes your garden even more beautiful.
There are two different kinds of quality outdoor furniture: wooden furniture and half-metal-half wood furniture.
The first kind is usually the most beautiful, but also the most difficult to maintain. They require constant care to avoid corruption and preserve them from weather. Fungicide paint, anti-bug wood polish and other products will be needed in order to keep your wooden table or bench always radiant. You will need to paint your wooden furniture every two or three months, but this time is sensibly shortened in case rain or adverse weather surprises your piece of garden furniture.