It’s that time of year again when we want to start preparing our garden ready to be enjoyed for the coming Summer months.
One of the most common ways in which people do so is by spending their hard earned cash on expensive new furniture. However, that’s not always necessary as this customer proves!
Boyd restored his garden chairs back to their original colour for a fraction of the cost using Owatrol Polytrol.
This is one of our all time favourite before and after images sent into us by a very happy customer. At first we thought it was two different coloured chairs!
How did they restore their garden chairs?
This customer used Polytrol colour and shine restoring oil. It’s our ground-breaking product that works by saturating deep into the surface and re-wetting the dried out pigments to restore the original colour and lustre that have been lost due to damage caused by sunlight, rain and pollution.
Polytrol is quick to work and you could have results in as little as 10 minutes! It’s also easy to apply with a brush or lint-free cloth and can be applied to a wide variety of surfaces such as plastic furniture, guttering, garage doors, car body work, car bumpers, boat gelcoat, rattan furniture, tiles and more! Also, when used on metal surfaces Polytrol brings back the shine and gives long-term protection against corrosion.
As Polytrol is a saturating product and restores the colour from within, it does not form a film and therefore will not peel or flake.
Here’s what the customer had to say about using Polytrol:
The Polytrol was originally for reviving composite doors which did a great job. That was such a success I decided to have a go at these old tired green garden chairs. You can see the result.
They were washed down with soap and water, then left to dry. The polytrol was then sprayed on and spread around with cloth. I am still amazed every time I look at them and have recommended the product to many friends.
Thank you so much for your kind words, Boyd!
Need a little more convincing? Then take a look at one of our other Polytrol blog posts:
- Using Polytrol to restore a faded wood effect composite front door
- Using Polytrol to revive a dull and faded garage door
- Polytrol demonstration video on a faded post box
Or head on over to the Polytrol page and take a look at our reviews. We have over 150 5 star reviews many of which have before and after images uploaded by our happy customers.
We hope you found this post about restoring garden chairs with Polytrol helpful.
If you have any other tips, tricks or advice, please feel free to leave them in the comments below. We love hearing from you!