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  1. How to Child-Proof Your Patio and Deck

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    Your patio is there for everyone to enjoy, from the grandparents to the little kids. Think about it: everyone is outside on a warm day; the adults are lazing around, while the kids are playing. However, if you constantly worry that your child might have an accident because of all the knick-knacks on your patio and deck, then you are not maximizing your outdoor refuge.

    Here are five ways to child proof your patio and deck, so that the little ones can ...
  2. Ten Things to Consider Before Buying Your Patio Furniture

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    Before you go out and buy all your patio needs, make sure you go through this short course on choosing and buying the correct patio furniture.

    In todayís lesson, we will be going through some of the things to consider before buying your new furnishings. Letís start!

    1. The space. Take time to see the space where your new furniture will be situated. Measure the area you are trying to fill, as this will give you an idea of the size ...
  3. Why You Need To Use Teak For Your Outdoor Furniture

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    If you are looking for the best wood material for your outdoor furniture, itís time to talk about teak.

    Teak has always been a symbol of prowess and royalty. In the 7th century, it had been the staple furniture material for the rich and the powerful. It was even used to build ships conducive to worldwide explorations.

    Why should you use teak for your outdoor furniture?

    1. Durability

    The durability of teak ...
  4. How to Remove Mold and Mildew From Your Plastic Or Resin Deck Furniture

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    You can enjoy the great outdoors right from your own home. By building or creating an area for a patio and deck, you can enjoy the fair weather while reading your favorite book or sit under the canopy of the stars with your loved one. A simple way to make that area more comfortable is by keeping your outdoor furniture spic-and-span.

    Outdoor furniture sets, especially those made of plastic and resin, are more prone to weather damage. Most of the time, ...