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How to Protect Patio Furniture in the Winter

When the weather gets crisp and cold, the snow starts to fall, and the holidays are right around the corner, the last thing you’re thinking about is how to protect your patio furniture. We get it! But doing a few simple things will ensure that your patio furniture will make it through the winter season so you can enjoy it for years to come.

Use Furniture Covers

When you want to protect your patio furniture for an extended period of time, the best option is to cover it completely. Some furniture comes with the option to purchase a cover. You can also purchase temporary covers or make your own.

Store Cushions Inside

If you know there’s a winter storm coming, bring your cushions inside. If your cushions are removable, simply follow the instructions for removing them and store them in a dry room inside your house.

Use Cushion Slipcovers

If the cushions can’t be removed, consider purchasing slipcovers that you can use during inclement weather conditions. Most covers can be purchased or made to fit snuggly, so your furniture will still look beautiful.

Clean Regularly

Regularly cleaning your outdoor furniture with the proper materials will help them stand up to weather during the winter. Consider cleaning your furniture at the turn of each season.

Shop for Bliss Cushions at Paddy O' Furniture

Because the fabric of our Bliss Cushion is protected by a Crypton barrier, it is waterproof, dust-proof, and anti-microbial.

Bliss Cushion Features & Benefits:

  • 100% Solution Dyed Acrylic Fabric

  • 5-Year Warranty

  • Waterproof Barrier by Crypton

  • Dust-Proof

  • Anti-Microbial

  • UV Tested and Proven

Dreaming of a backyard winter oasis? With furniture and accessories from Paddy O' Furniture, you can deck your outdoor space with beautifully designed pieces that will last for many years. We offer a wide selection of high-quality furniture and accessories. Plus, we’ll ship it right to your door! Shop online and get ready to cozy up.

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