Front porch rocking chairs have a charm that adds personality to any space, whether indoors or outdoors. From a modern elegant black metal rocker to a traditional wheelchair, outdoor rocking chairs add the final finish to any patio or porch. Outdoor rocking chairs come in basket, metal, recycled plastic, resin or wood and are more powerful than indoor ones. Nevertheless, they still need a certain level of maintenance, especially gliding. Lubricating an outdoor rocking chair is just part of the process of maintaining your rock’s honor. Regular cleaning, lubrication and maintenance make it rock for generations.
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Protect the floor in the work area with tarpaulin or thick stock of the magazine. Place the front porch rocking chairs on its side. This is best done by two people. Make a spray solution of 1 liter of water, one half cup of vinegar and one eighth cup of mild detergent; this solution can be used for all types of rockers in all its parts. Alternatively wipes use baby for wood, plastic and resin rockers. Wet wipes contain disinfectants and skin creams that are good for wood.
Spray water solution on the sailplane mechanism of front porch rocking chairs. Pay attention to its tracks, hinges and joints. Allow the solution to stand for a few minutes to loosen some hard debris then brush away. Wipe carefully with a cloth or by air drying.