Resin weave garden chair

How To Fix A Wobbly Wicker Garden Chair

Our 4 Seasons Outdoor furniture has a long journey to make before it reaches our customers. Over 7,000 weavers are employed in Indonesia to meet the demands for this high quality furniture & almost one hundred quality controllers are involved throughout the process to guarantee that the end products are perfect. Some of this furniture is packed and transported into the UK then distributed to Hayes

 

 

so that we can offer our customers a wide selection of styles to suit their outdoor space. The resin weave furniture is made with sturdy, powder coated aluminium frames with a weather-resistant hularo weave that not only looks good but will also stand the ravages of the climate & can be left out all year.

After this long journey you may occasionally find that you have received an outdoor resin wicker chair that wobbles, or you may find that after a winter on the patio or after storage that the frame has become slightly twisted resulting in 'the chair that rocks'. Follow the instructions on our Youtube video demonstration & you can enjoy a wobble-free summer.

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Julie Parker
My interest in gardening & wildlife stemmed from childhood days spent working in the garden with my parents & reading books on anything from robins to giraffes. As time has moved on these influences have stayed with me inspiring the creation my own garden & leading to interests in fish keeping & the natural world around me. I still love to read & hope that the knowledge I gain will make topical reading through these articles.