How to Repair Vintage Patio Furniture
Vintage patio furniture can take a break from the natural elements: Rain, wind and snow can cause a big damage to umbrellas and glass patio tables. In addition, courtyard pillows receive abuse from the sun that causes fading. To restore festive outdoor entertainment, it is important to repair your furniture. Wait winter ends, and then choose a time in the early spring to modernize your patio area.
Clean up your terrace. Then inspect your vintage patio furniture for damage. Make a list of everything to be repaired, as well as deliver you need. Cushions may need a new fabric, a garden table needs glass and umbrellas can be repaired with iron-on patches. Sit on your garden furniture to find any wobbling chairs. Tighten the chair screws to restore stability. You can even put awkward chairs by placing felt floor protecting padding under their legs.
Repair vintage patio furniture, fix torn umbrellas by ironing patches to the top of the material. Bargain a small piece of umbrella fabric to take with you to a hobby or drug shop. Select an iron-on patch that is made of outdoor material and matches the color. Place the iron-on cloth over the tear and iron. Paint over chopped wrought iron furniture. Apply a liquid stripper to wrought iron. Male on an aerosol spray primer is made especially for metal containing a rust inhibitor.