What is Wicker?
Wicker is a term that refers to any woven products. Wicker products, by material, are divided into two types, natural and synthetic. Natural wicker is made from rattan, sea grass, and others natural material. Syntetic wicker is made from plastic and resin wicker.
Syntetic wicker is a multi pupose material. Especially in Maestro Furniture, you can choose various syntetic wicker products from furniture set to other accecories like cushion box. The other added value of syntetic wicker is the colors. You can find colors that suits your preference. So interesting!
Don’t be confused to place your wicker furniture. Syntetic wicker furniture is a perfect match for outdoor places, like poolside, garden, patio, balcony, and other open areas. Severe cold in winter or hot temperature in summer day wouldn’t affect the beauty and durability of outdoor syntetic wicker furniture. Once more, syntetic wicker furniture also suitable for indoor use.
With syntetic wicker furniture, decor time can be so easy and fun.
Advantages of Wicker Furniture
Suitable for both indoor and outdoor
Rust, mold, and fade resistant (aluminum frame)
Easy care and maintanance
Available in many colors and designs
Resistant to cold and hot temperature (UV resistant, 3 years)
Care and Maintenance
Placed outdoors, wicker furniture will get dusty by the wind blows, wet and dirt from the rain. Those won’t damage your wicker furniture but will need the care to keep it clean and beautiful. Cleaning up wicker furniture is very easy. No special or expensive tools are needed. You can use your household cleaning tools.
- Daily cleaning will only require a vacuum or soft cloth to remove the dust.
- Once in 6 months, clean up with mild soap to remove spills and dirt. Use a sponge or soft cloth to wipe the surface. To clean every crevice, use a soft-bristled brush or simply a toothbrush.
- To keep it gloss, annually clean up the aluminum frame (feet) by using wax and a soft cloth.
After cleaning up, make sure that the wicker furniture is totally dry. Simply place them under the sun. When the weather isn’t good, dry by using a cloth.