Natural wicker is usually made of organic materials including cut willow, reed, and bamboo, woven into the natural wood frame. Because natural straw is basically made of wood fiber material, it takes paint well and allows you to easily change the appearance of your furniture almost as easily as you change your mood. However, there are some drawbacks of natural wicker. First, it is susceptible to staining, so it is important to preserve the natural wicker pieces clear of any fallen leaves, pollen, debris, etc. to make sure it stays fresh and clean. Second, it is susceptible to distortion when exposed to heat and humidity as well as fade in direct sunlight, so the best solution is to keep your wicker furniture in a protected area when not in use.
Today, wicker patio furnitures is mostly found in synthetic material. Synthetic material - often referred to as a wicker in all weather - usually made of plastic resin. Synthetic wicker is usually made in the structure of rust-proof aluminum. Non-corrosive features in resin wicker pieces make them an excellent choice for coastal climates where salt air and humidity can wreak havoc on the natural wood. Available in a variety of different colors and textures, resin or synthetic wicker also can add aesthetic attributes. Resin is a wonderful choice when you want a smooth, resistant and stain material that looks great.
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