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How to remove cast aluminium oxidation

Cast Aluminium Garden Furniture Oxidization

Cast Aluminium Garden Furniture doesn’t rust, but it can develop a layer of powdery white oxidation. It occurs naturally when your furniture is exposed to the elements. However removing cast aluminium oxidation is not as difficult as you might think if you know how to do it correctly. This great video on YouTube shows you how…

How to restore vintage iron garden furniture

Restore vintage iron garden furniture

When it comes to vintage garden furniture, for Lazy Susan, it has to be wrought iron garden furniture. Not only is it beautiful and elegant, you just can’t beat the craftsmanship and attention to detail. Modern manufacturers and retailers could learn a few things from those who were manufacturing at the turn of the century,…

How to care and maintain your cast aluminium garden furniture

Amy Round 4 Seater Garden Set

One of the main reasons to choose a Lazy Susan garden furniture set made out of cast aluminium is that it does not rust. That said we would still recommend covering it with a garden furniture cover to give it some added protection or popping in in the garage/shed for the winter. Another great thing…

How to clean and maintain your timber decking

If you have timber decking, then it is important you look after it. Especially if you want it to last as long as possible! A good timber deck, if done properly, will always add significant value to your home. However, I’m afraid that does not mean it is maintenance free. You will need to give…

How to clean and maintain synthetic rattan garden furniture

The approach of Summer and the terrible weather we seem to be having this Spring, surely means we are in for a cracking summer?!?! We can only hope that many weeks of al fresco dining lie ahead of us and this brings up the problem of having to get your garden furniture out of storage…

Guide to painting and upkeep of a wooden fence

Wooden Fence

Many people who have wooden fencing simply don’t take on board the need to maintain it and as a result that 20 year guarantee ends up halved (or worse) through your own neglect. So what do you need to do to keep it looking in good condition and most importantly protect the timber? Well the…