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When the garden is looking good and the garden furniture has been put back in place there’s only one thing left to do; keep your garden furniture protected from rain showers, wind, and birds.
A garden umbrella will not only protect you from the sun but also help create a more comfortable experience with its natural shade. When it comes to garden cushions and pillows, they need protection for far more than just water damage.
If left unprotected, the fabric can become faded or bleached which makes them look old and tired we all know that nobody wants that! We’ve got some great ideas to help get your garden ready for summer.
Getting to work on garden chairs first is always best because garden chairs get the hardest wear and tear of all garden furniture. If you have wooden garden chairs then they will need to be sanded down every once in a while, to keep them looking their best.
Make sure that garden chair covers are on before doing this, though, because keeping some furniture protected means that your garden can still look great even when you’re getting some DIY done on it!
If you don’t want your garden chairs to get wet under rain showers, make sure that they are fully covered with garden umbrella covers.
These garden chair covers are designed specifically for garden chairs (there is no point trying to use table umbrellas for this job) and will help protect your chairs from both water damage and sun bleaching.
You can find garden chair covers in many different styles but our favorite design is the garden armchair cover. This garden furniture covers slips over chairs easily and fits perfectly it’s also very quick to take on or off, meaning that you can clean it regularly throughout summer.
If your garden tables were left out in the rain then you’ll need some garden table umbrella covers to protect them. If the rain just comes down hard then they should be fine, but if your garden is prone to wind damage then these garden table umbrella covers will provide extra protection against flying debris which could scratch glass surfaces.
You can find both square and round garden table umbrella cover so it’ll be easy to get something which fits whichever size of garden table you have!
For added fabric protection, garden cushion covers are a must. These garden furniture covers slip over the top of garden cushions and garden pillows to stop leaves, bird mess, and dirt soiling fabrics in your garden.
If you have a garden bench in your garden then you’ll be able to use it for extra seating during summer months when table umbrellas cover your garden tables.
Here Are Some Quick Tips for Making Your Garden Look Great While Also Protecting it:
Change outdoor cushions regularly
just because they’re under garden chair covers doesn’t mean that they’re protected from dirt! Regular garden cushion covers will help you to maintain garden furniture that has already been covered.
Keep Garden Table Umbrellas in Place
Make sure your garden chairs are covered with garden armchair covers before it rains in order to protect them from dampness and potential sunlight damage.
Garden umbrella covers will keep garden tables dry too, but make sure you don’t leave garden table umbrellas out when the wind is forecast or they may be damaged.
Make DIY Time Fun for All the Family
Getting down and dirty on garden projects is all part of summer fun, but if there’s any risk of damaging garden furniture then get everyone standing still while you work! If you can cover up your garden furniture (with garden chair and garden table umbrellas and garden cushion covers) then you can really get stuck in.
Have a Garden Party
Garden furniture can take a beating in the summer months, but by making sure that it’s covered up when not in use will help to protect garden furniture for years to come.
If you’ve got plastic garden furniture then it should be pretty well protected from any deterioration since plastics don’t break down easily. Square garden table umbrella covers are perfect for covering large planters, too!
Making garden furniture last for years is all about making the most of garden umbrella covers!