What’s important to look for in Vifah Malibu Outdoor 9-Piece Wood Patio Dining Set?
Included 1 extension table with umbrella hole, 8 folding chairs No cushion or pillows included 1-year warranty against manufacturing defects Fast and easy to assemble Made from Eucalyptus Hardwood
What is the advantage of this Vifah Malibu Outdoor 9-Piece Wood Patio Dining Set?
This set is made from FSC high density eucalyptus, grown in 100 well managed forests in Brazil, certified by the FSC forest stewardship Council . there is little difference between eucalyptus and teak when broken down to their core essence. The biggest attribute of eucalyptus is undoubtedly the strength of the timber. It s renowned for its excellent resistance to every day wear and tear. It is extremely durable and tightly grained to produce a desirable density. It remains unaffected by all variations in weather especially its resistance to damp conditions makes itself extremely competent at combating Insect attacks and decay. Key features and specification warranty: 1 year against manufacturing defects assembly: some assembly required item type: patio dining set style: traditional number of pieces in set: 1 table and 8 chairs finish: oiled rubbed wood: FSC eucalyptus care and cleaning: apply oil once a year to maintain color protective qualities: mold, mildew, fungi, termites, rot and decay-resistant table dimension with butterfly closed: 67 L x 39 W x 29 h inches table dimension with butterfly opened: 91 L x 39 W x 29 h inches product weight: 68 lbs chair dimension: 23 L x 26 W x 44 h inches chair weight: 18 lbs design features: rectangular extension table reclining chair sustainable claims: renewable resource sustainable certification: forest stewardship Council FSC
Customer reviewsYou get what you pay for
Ours arrived with the stain still wet and rubbing off on me as I assembled the table the guide holes were off so it doesn't expand/contract very easily at all -- that is a 3 person job and we're going into our 3rd season with it and I need to sand and paint to address the weathering that has happened - even with furniture covers protecting it in the off season. FWIW, we live in Portland, OR, so the incessant rain probably didn't help matters. That being said, we'll keep it for another year or two maybe painting will solve the splinter issue , and pass it down to young adults who don't mind disposable furniture.