Just like on Grandma’s porch except this rocking chair isn’t falling apart and won’t give you splinters in the worst possible spot. The Lifestyle Recycled Plastic Traditional Rocking Chair is made from post-consumer plastic – a green choice. It’s maintenance-free and looks remarkably like real wood but lasts for. ev. er.Crafted of environmentally friendly poly-resin recycled plastic this rocker is super durable and cleans easily with just water. The seat slopes down in the center to cradle you as you sit. The back features a straight slat design with a gently arching top. Wide armrests add to your comfort as you rock and relax. Choose from four color options: white sand black or green.About Richey Industries For 20 years Richey Industries has manufactured the finest in outdoor casual furniture under its Great American Woodies brand. Beginning with Southern Cypress and Western Red Cedar Collections the company later pioneered historic colors and the distressed look with its Cottage Classics Collection. Its Nantucket Collection introduced rich vibrant colors and furniture constructed from durable alder wood.In 2007 Richey brought its design and experience to the manufacture of poly-resin furniture with the introduction of its Lifestyle Collection. Like all Richey collections this line is deep and broad offering swings gliders dining sets and rockers as well as traditional Adirondacks. Richey Industries is a name you can trust in outdoor furniture.
What We Like About the Endless Adventures Playground PlaysetYour kids and all of their neighborhood friends will love the Endless Adventures Playground Playset. The toy storage area can double as a water center when the weather heats up and the climbing net and covered sandbox are kid favorites. The materials are made to look like wood but this playset lacks splinters and is even easier to put together than wood units. Children feel like they’re on a real adventure with the enclosed fort and exciting wavy slide. Intended for home or backyard use only. Includes mounting hardware and anchors.
What We Like About This Playground AccessoryThese wide and sturdy swing seats emulate the classic wooden board swings of yore without the worry of splinters or fading colors. The included carabineer spring clips provide first rate safety and support to residential swing sets. An extra wide seat makes this a surprisingly comfortable swing.
In many backyards across the country, children play on various forms of wooden Indoor play equipment. This equipment can be anything from swings, slides, playhouses, or sandboxes. If maintained properly, these pieces of wooden Indoor play equipment can provide entertainment and joy for several years to come. Wooden Playground Equipment MaintenanceKeeping your wooden Indoor play equipment maintained is not only important to the life of the equipment itself. A well maintained piece of equipment will also keep children safe, and free from injuries in the event something breaks, or splinters form. Wood is a material that must have constant upkeep if it is to last any length of time and look good. Have a schedule of projects in written form so you know when and what to do. Clean Away Dirt, Cobwebs, and Other DebrisThe first priority in keeping your wooden Indoor play equipment properly maintained is to keep it clean. Throughout the summer there are rainstorms, kids playing on it, wind blowing dirt around, and bugs finding a place to make a home. A power washer will do a great job in keeping the equipment clean and free of any spiders. Another benefit to keeping it clean is that little pieces of rocks can not embed themselves into the wood, thus scratching the finish and letting water damage start. Treat with Water SealerEach spring, after you have cleaned the Indoor play equipment off for the summer, it is a good idea to give it a coat of water sealer. Even if the lumber is pressure treated, it will still have some cracks in it from being outside. These cracks let in water that begin to rot away at the wood. Seal it with a product like Thompson’s and you do not have to worry about replacing any wood for years to come. Sand Off Rough SpotsWhile the children are playing around on the Indoor play equipment they may gouge the wood, make dents and even cause some splintering. Using an orbital sander on these rough spots will make sure that no one is hurt by them. Paint, Paint, PaintOne of the biggest maintenance duties for wooden playground equipment is to keep it protected from the elements. Since they are outside year round, a good paint job will keep the Indoor play equipment from rotting and falling apart. Tighten Screws, Bolts, and NailsThrough the course of several years, the playground equipment will start to loosen up in places that have to absorb a lot of stress. This means bolts needed to be tightened, screws should be made tight, and nails pounded back into the wood. If the screws are rusted, or the nails bent and corroded, replace them with new ones. Fix Any Holes or GougesWood putty is a great way to keep the wooden Indoor play equipment looking good even after it has been damaged. If you notice that a section has begun to rot, or has been damaged by a heavy object, clean out the damaged pieces and replace with a new piece of wood. If the area is small in size, you can use some wood putty to fill in the hole. Once it dries, it will harden up and be like the wood. Sand it smooth and paint it for a universal look.