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85%26quot;L x 34%26quot;W x 30%26quot;H Long Chaise Outdoor Furniture Cover
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85"L x 34"W x 30"H Long Chaise Outdoor Furniture Cover
$54.95
$49.95 - $54.95
Description
We've got you covered in the harshest weather conditions. Our merchandise buyers searched the world for the highest quality furniture covers, tested and proven to stand up to sun, wind, high and low temperatures. The tough polyester fabric is in two layers to protect against moisture; rain runs right off. Vents help prevent mildew. Handles make it easier to cover and remove, and the attractive sand color looks good with most outdoor décor. Won't fade or crack.

• Extra-durable outdoor furniture cover
• Weather resistant; won't fade, rot or mildew
• Water-repellent
• Tough 2-ply polyester
• Handles make them easy to manipulate
• Elastic and ties hold furniture covers in place

Size
Small Chaise 68"L x 34"W x 30"H
Long Chaise 85"L x 34"W x 30"H
16931
85"L x 34"W x 30"H Long Chaise Outdoor Furniture Cover
52512
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$54.95
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16932
68"L x 34"W x 30"H Small Chaise Outdoor Furniture Cover
52513
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$49.95
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Reviews
4.8 (based on customer reviews)

By sue
5
More Sturdy than the old one
Comments about Product:
So far, so good! We really need this cover for wintertime, but already I can see that it's an improvement over what we previously had. Many thanks.
By Hancock
5
Does mildew and is affected by weather
Comments about Product:
I've had the covers now for the second year in Florida. They do mildew rather easily and now they appear to be disintegrating. As I lift them off the chairs, the fabric just splits, like paper ripping. For the cost, they should be more resistant to weather. I have a grill cover, brand new this year, and is covered with mildew spots already.
By Hancock
5
Does mildew and is affected by weather
Comments about Product:
I've had the covers now for the second year in Florida. They do mildew rather easily and now they appear to be disintegrating. As I lift them off the chairs, the fabric just splits, like paper ripping. For the cost, they should be more resistant to weather. I have a grill cover, brand new this year, and is covered with mildew spots already.
By Hancock
5
Does mildew and is affected by weather
Comments about Product:
I've had the covers now for the second year in Florida. They do mildew rather easily and now they appear to be disintegrating. As I lift them off the chairs, the fabric just splits, like paper ripping. For the cost, they should be more resistant to weather. I have a grill cover, brand new this year, and is covered with mildew spots already.
By Hancock
5
Does mildew and is affected by weather
Comments about Product:
I've had the covers now for the second year in Florida. They do mildew rather easily and now they appear to be disintegrating. As I lift them off the chairs, the fabric just splits, like paper ripping. For the cost, they should be more resistant to weather. I have a grill cover, brand new this year, and is covered with mildew spots already.
By Dave H
4
More grommets!!!!
Comments about Product:
There are not enough grommets to adequately secure the cover with bungy cords. The lightweight cord provided with the cover is simply inadequate. At least if you had more grommets it would be easier to utilize bungy cords to secure the cover.
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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.


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The use of ollas for irrigation was introduced to the American Southwest by Spanish conquistadors during Colonial times, becoming very common among Native American tribes and Hispanic settlers. Though the technique gave way to more modern methods of irrigation some time ago, its superior efficiency, coupled with its simplicity, has caused it to make a comeback. Though the technique has changed little since its introduction, today’s ollas are usually capped off, making them even more water-efficient.


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