Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:22:12 AM
Synthetic rattan outdoor furniture is a perfect example of this, as it effectively eliminates most of the downsides to owning furniture made of this material while retaining its visual appeal. Namely, synthetic rattan does not fray, and therefore requires a significantly lower amount of maintenance that the natural product. Similarly, natural rattan is notoriously vulnerable to inclement weather conditions, while its synthetic counterpart is usually treated so as to be weather-resistant. What this means, in practical terms, is that synthetic rattan outdoor furniture can be left outside year-round if necessary, and will not be significantly damaged by rain or snow; again, this is in sharp contrast to its natural counterpart, which must be stored in a cool, dry place during the colder months of the year. This, in turn, makes this type of material popular among home and garden owners who do not wish to spend a great deal of time maintaining and caring for their furniture; as such, it is not uncommon to see synthetic rattan outdoor furniture sets in western back yards and patios, in lieu of the real thing.
Saddles are made from heavy-duty leather which is vegetable tanned to withstand the harsh environment of the outdoors. It's tough, highly durable leather and can stand up to the use of chemically harsh leather cleaners, like saddle soap.
General Cleaning: Simply add one part of vinegar to two parts of food grade linseed oil. Mix them together and apply the mixture to the leather surface with the help of a soft cloth. Apply the mixture in a circular motion and leave it on the surface for 10 minutes. Buff the applied mixture with the help of a soft cloth and your job is done.
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