The sling chairs are cool outdoor seating with colorful patterns and a special fabric. You can find a wide range of sling chair designs and styles to provide your outdoor space a formal, vintage, or friendly look.
Cleaning and maintaining your sling chair are key elements to the chair’s timeless look, as the excessive sunlight and stains can change the color of your chair’s fabrics and frame. You should vacuum your outdoor sling chairs regularly and use a blot or a sponge to remove any water or dampness and let the chair dry in the fresh air.
For a deep cleaning, you can use a sponge and warm water mixed with dishwashing soap to clean the fabric and frame. If you are not using such sling chairs at the peak hours, try to cover them or store them in the shadow.
If your outdoor sling chair is faded because of the prolonged exposure to sun, you can begin a DIY project and replace the upholstery of the faded chairs. For this project, you will remove the origins of plastic covers and the old upholstery and install suitable sized plastic splines to the opening s if each side instead. Now, you can begin the amusing part of the project, sew the fabric or vinyl straps in the sling rails, and install the bars of spreader. Make sure to tighten the loose bolts and trim the rods to get a professional look and sturdy seating by the end of the project.
Instead, you can just sand the metal woven back and seat using sandpaper and a wire brush to remove rust or the chipped paint and spray a layer of metal primer and a topcoat to protect your sling chair. If the plastic parts of your sling chair are scratched, you may need to scrub them or coat them with a transparent paint.