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Why do we use Urecel Quick Dry Foam in outdoor furniture?

Talk of foam usually conjures images of softness, comfort and absorption. It sops up any kind of liquid – even moisture, in a jiffy. But when it comes to outdoor furniture foam needs in your alfresco area or yacht, you may want to think again. Of course, not with sodden pants anyway.

Quick dry foam has revolutionized outdoor furniture to make it suitable for any kind of environment and have the ability to withstand most weather conditions. It does not hold water and not only that, quick dry foam is designed to be outside year round.

The highly resilient and durable quick dry foam is expertly designed for outdoor use – from residential applications to marine environments. Need help on what you should look for when purchasing outdoor furniture? Have a look at our free guide here.

Choosing the right foam is critical when buying outdoor furniture. On the other hand, considering the right fabric and frame is vital as well. Click here to find out more about why this is the case.

Design Concepts is an outdoor furniture company based in Takapuna, Auckland. We import high-end outdoor furniture that’s made to look great, feel great and stand the test of time.

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