Patio Furniture Wrought Iron?

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Wrought iron patio furniture has the frame created completely from iron. This iron is treated to withstand the elements. In doing so, the life of the product is extended. The chairs for such a set will often have removable cushions, so as to keep the cushion for being exposed to rain or snow. These items generally come in darker color but can be painted to add life to a patio area. Patio furniture can be purchased at specialty stores, superstores, furniture stores, and even certain hardware stores.
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