Published at Thursday, 09 August 2018. Deck Box. By Alma William.
If you have a wooden deck box, taking care of your investment may take several more steps before it gets easier. The materials that it is made out of will ultimately determine the best way to approach the sealing and cleaning of your outdoor furniture. While hard woods like cedar can take oil treatments to keep it protected, other woods (like pine or cypress) can be stained to give it an extra layer of protection, or even painted to your pleasure. Adding these protective barriers give your box a solid layer of protection against the elements, protecting from everything the world wants to throw at it and more. Plus, once your box has this key protective layer set up, cleaning can be as simple as taking a sponge and warm water to your box.
If your deck box will not have the same exposure to inclement weather throughout the year, or will be coming inside as the weather starts to come in the fall and winter, you may want to go the natural route and consider purchasing a wooden deck box. A wooden deck box will better compliment your current armada of patio furniture you already have (unless you have an all-resin patio), and will guarantee a beautiful look for years to come.
Deck boxes create a lot of free storage space. They can be used to store just about anything you can imagine. And, because they are placed on the deck, they are also very accessible.
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