Simple Stacking Patio Chairs

Stacking patio chairs is essential for outdoor dining in home as well as public spaces. Stacking type patio chairs range from simple plastic ones for use on veranda or for grilling and outdoor family gatherings and neighborhood and finer wicker or metal chairs for outdoor dining areas of restaurants or for formal occasions. Maintain your patio chairs by properly stacking, securing and storing them

Casual Stacking Patio Chairs

Casual Stacking Patio Chairs

Stacking patio chairs on stacking carts easy to move. This is not essential but is particularly useful for collecting large amounts of chairs. Start a stack by mounting first chair of frame of cart.  Wipe seats with a damp towel as you stack them so that any spills or crumbs are removed and seats will be clean for next use. A sanitizing spray can be used if necessary.  Stack later chairs on top of first chair. Stack a chair by mounting feet on a chair leg over tops of legs on another chair and then let chair naturally fall into place. Patio chairs can normally stack 10-15 chairs high, some higher. Do not stack chairs so high that stack becomes unstable.

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Roll carts with stacks to a storage location where they will be out of way. Lock chairs if theft is a concern. Lock chairs by feeding a either a cable or a chain through and around stack and secure ends with a padlock. Cover chairs with vinyl stacking patio chairs covers for protection against weather. Cover your chairs are especially important during season sitting rainwater, snow or accumulation of wet leaves and other debris can cause hard to remove stains or even permanent discoloration.