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Frequently asked questions

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Deck chairs were first invented in 1855 by John Cham, his idea was a folding chair with a wicker or fabric back. Deck chairs then became highly used on cruise liners, therefore they developed the name the 'deck chair'. Find your perfect deck chair with the help of our deck chairs blog!

Deck chairs can be made from various types of wood. You might want to consider choosing deck chairs that are made from FSC certified beech wood, which means the wood has been ethically sourced and these deck chairs guarantee maximum quality and strength.

To make deck chairs last longer it's important to take care of them. Start by storing it away from bad weather and the sun to protect both the wood and the canvas. Annually, rub down the wood of your deck chairs with Linseed oil or Danish oil and you can hand wash your canvas. Check out our blog for some tips and tricks on maintaining your deck chair, and even how to know when to replace your deck chair.

Deck chairs are easily assembled, check out our How-To Guide for a more explanatory step-by-step tutorial. In a simple 6 steps, you'll have your deck chairs assembled in no time; you simply unfold the frame, slide on the canvas material wrapping it around the top and bottom, and voila, it's time to sit back and soak up the sun rays!

To clean your deck chair canvas, firstly remove the canvas from the wood to avoid getting the wood wet. Then wipe the deck chair canvas with a sponge and warm, soapy water, then wipe with a clean, dry cloth. Ensure the canvas is dry before attaching it back to the deck chair frame.

Stretching out on a deckchair can be the ideal way to relax in your outdoor space, but when you are not using it, where do you keep it? Making sure your deck chairs are stored safely and securely is important as adverse weather could damage them.

Depending on the material of your deckchair it could become subject to rot, mould, cracking, or other damage. Naturally, you’ll want your deckchair to last as long as possible, so take a look at these handy storage options below.

Some options include, garages, attics, sheds, outbuildings, storage boxes or anything with a waterproof covering!

If you are going to invest in deckchairs for your outdoor space this summer, it’s a good idea to have a plan in place to make sure they last. By keeping your deckchairs away from the elements, you’ll lengthen their lifespan, and they can then be enjoyed for years to come.

If you have invested in some deckchairs for your garden, you’ll no doubt want them to last as long as possible. Fabric deck chairs are a great choice - they are comfy and come in many fantastic colours and styles. However, over time, the fabric can become weak and damaged, and eventually, you might have to replace it.

Firstly you’ll need to remove all the old, damaged material from the frame. This may be an easy or slightly more challenging job, depending on how it’s attached. If you have cushions, it may simply be a case of unzipping the cushion covers and then replacing them with new ones. However, if you have a more traditional deckchair, you’ll have to remove the fabric - if there are nails in place, remove these with pliers. Make a note of where the fabric was attached before to help guide you for when you come to put the new material on.