TRIF-MEBEL is known for manufacturing the highest-quality outdoor furniture intended for both private households and residential complexes, parks, public gardens, and other public recreation areas. To manufacture the furniture, the TRIF-MEBEL craftsmen employ AISI 304 stainless steel and natural wood of various species (oak, teak, birch, etc.). Finished furniture items are both beautiful and reliable, but require proper care in winter.

The intricacies of outdoor furniture care in winter

AISI 304 stainless steel used in the manufacturing of our outdoor furniture is resistant to corrosion, so the finished products can remain in the open air for a long time without losing their characteristics and attractive appearance. Winter care for the metal parts of outdoor furniture comes down to cleaning them regularly from snow, ice, and dirt. But you need to use soft brushes so that their bristles do not leave scratches on the furniture surface during cleaning. To remove dried dirt, you should first soften it using warm water, and only then wipe it off with a soft cloth. Do not use hard sponges or products containing abrasive particles to clean the steel parts.

As to the wooden elements of outdoor furniture, it is recommended to cover them with foil or agrotextile in winter. In particular, agrotextile will protect the wood from snow, while also allowing it to “breathe” and preventing the wood from drying out. In preparation for the winter, you can treat the wooden parts with a preservative substance to protect them from fungi. If for some reason you cannot cover the furniture with foil or agrotextile, it’s necessary to thoroughly clean it from the snow after every snowfall. Do not allow the snow to melt on the furniture, as this accelerates the deterioration of even high-quality and properly treated wood.

Ideally, all outdoor furniture should be stored indoors during the winter months. The room must be dry and well-ventilated. Before bringing in the furniture, you should also make sure that the storage space is free of rodents.