Cool-Living Adirondack Chair - Your Choice
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What is “rubber wood”?
Rubberwood is a light-colored medium-density tropical hardwood obtained from the Pará rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis), usually from trees grown in rubber plantations. Rubberwood is commonly advertised as an “environmentally friendly” wood, as it makes use of plantation trees that have already served a useful function.
Rubberwood is as an “environmentally friendly” wood,it makes use of plantation trees that have already served a useful function, usually from trees grown in rubber plantations and is a light-colored medium-density tropical hardwood
what is the weight limit for these chairs?
how much assembly is required?
So now we know a little about rubberwood, the sap is used in the production of rubber (hence the name) and after its production for sap is spent a natural second life for the product is in the production of furniture. Was wondering about how weather resistant it is. From our friends at wiki:
"Rubberwood has a dense grain that is easily controlled in the kiln drying process. Rubber-wood has very little shrinkage making it one of the more stable construction materials available for furniture, toys and kitchen accessories. It is easily worked, and takes on stains uniformly. As with all hardwoods, rubberwood comes in varying degrees of quality.
It is not suitable for outdoor use, as rain can leach the protective chemicals from the wood, exposing it to fungus and insect attacks. Excessive moisture will also cause the wood to warp and rot."
Hence, the reason these are painted. Pine is also not suitable for outdoor use, yet is commonly used for exterior projects as long as the wood is protected with paint, or other sealants etc.
That makes more sense.
Does this need to be completely assembled? Is it foldable?
Mine would be in a relatively harsh environment so thinking not good for me.
Fully assembled? Weight limit?
250 lbs weight limit on ones at Walmart…look like same chair and they have back and bottoms put together but have to assemble the rest
Is width arm to arm or back to front?
Width is Arm to Arm
Depth is front to back
Are these chairs maintenance free? Can the chairs withstand sun and rain? Thanks.
WTF is “Rubber Wood”
Are these chairs foldable? Also, do they come assembled?
These are not foldable chairs.
There is some assembly required, you need a phillips screwdriver and it is a simple 3 step process using 6 screws and 10 bolts.