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A MATERIALS GUIDE TO OUTDOOR FURNITURE

Material is essential when it comes to outdoor furniture. You want furniture that combines durability, comfort, style, and affordability. However, outdoor furniture faces a unique challenge – it needs to withstand the harsh outdoor elements. While there’s no such thing as 100% weatherproof furniture, the material used can make a significant difference in its performance. Before making a decision, it’s

OUTDOOR FURNITURE AND MISTAKES TO AVOID

Are you planning to buy your first outdoor furniture? It’s an exciting moment for sure. But before you head out to shop, take a moment to consider the best all-weather pieces for your patio, deck, or porch. You wouldn’t want to end up with outdoor furniture that underwhelms. Trust me, I made that mistake, and I wish I had known

LATEST TRENDS IN PUBLIC SEATING

Furniture designed for outdoor public spaces includes a diverse range of products such as seating, sunscreens, compartments, ashtrays, trash bins, planters, information displays, bicycle stands, and more. With the increasing popularity of LT device chargers, charging stations are becoming more common in these public spaces. Among the various types of furniture elements, seating items are the most common. The design

ALL ABOUT FIBREGLASS AND RESIN

When beginning a fibreglass project, it is critical to first think about your specific performance goals. Taking the time to consider essential traits that the composite must have — like weight and strength requirements, desired abrasion resistance, whether you need protection from corrosion or UV exposure, and if adding thickness quickly is necessary — can help you select proper reinforcements

THE MAKING OF FIBREGLASS

It was in the midst of the first industrial revolution that humanity created its first form of fibreglass, thanks to an accidental discovery made by a researcher at Owens-Illinois. This led to the patenting of the product under Owens Corning and the name: fibreglas with one “s”. Through advances in technology and compounds, we now use a modern process to

SAFETY CONCERNS FOR FIBREGLASS MOULDING

Fibreglass, known as glass wool, fibrous glass, and glass fibers, is made up of extremely tiny fibers of glass and chemicals. When it is being sanded, cut, chopped, or trimmed, it produces harmful dust that contains fibers that can get on the skin and into the eyes, which places workers at a health risk. Producers of fibreglass products are well

12 TIPS ON HOW TO CLEAN FIBREGLASS

Fibreglass is a synthetic fiber that consists of a plastic resin formed together with glass fibres. A wide variety of items found in homes and workplaces are made from fibreglass, including sinks, showers, bathtubs, lighting fixtures, and boats. There are specific ways to keep fibreglass items in your premises clean and free from stains. Work safely, because fibreglass can be

OUTDOOR FURNITURE MAINTENANCE

The quality of the furniture will determine how long it will last, and proper maintenance will preserve its beauty. The following is a comprehensive guide to maintaining your furniture. How Do You Maintain Outdoor Wood? The best way to maintain wood furniture is to brush it and then wipe it down with a damp cloth and soapy water. Teak is

HOW FIBREGLASS IS MADE?

When molten glass is combined with compressed air, fibreglass is formed. They were originally used as insulators but are now used to mold various products. Producing fibreglass is highly technical. Glass fibre is used to make fibreglass. Raw Material Silica sand  Limestone  Soda ash  Alumina  Borax  Feldspar  Nepheline Syenite  Magnesite Kaolin clay Melting The raw materials are fed into the