Patio Furniture Review – Part II

Hey guys, if you have been following me for a while then you may remember this post from my previous blog,  Well last month, we finally got the pool closed and the patio furniture covered up and when I pulled out these covers it reminded me of this post, so I am bringing it back again.



As a blogger, I am often asked to do product reviews and once they are completed, I simply move on to the next one, however, I wanted to repost this one because I am happy to report that the Astor Premium Covers are still doing the job! 


Obviously, I need to purchase another one for the other chair, however, it will definitely be well worth the investment.



This is the original post:

In the Northeast, it’s time to baton down the hatches and cover up or put away the outdoor furniture. Unfortunately, our garage is filled to the gill with the riding lawn mower, snow blower, cushions, umbrellas and pool supplies so I can’t put any more items inside including our cars!

The deck cushions are all neatly packed and put away, but I have to keep a few pieces of deck furniture out so it’s important to have it covered in order to prevent damage during the winter.


Astor Chair Covers Review


These Astor premium covers from are sized to fit chairs up to 38″x33.5″ and loveseats 58″x32.5″ and as you can see they fit both of mine perfectly.  Each has an adjustable elasticized hem and a click buckle strap to keep the wind from blowing them off.


The Astor premium covers are easy to put on and take off, have sturdy, padded handles and come with a 2 Year Warranty against damage by dry rot, sun exposure, mold or mildew. Your lounge or patio chair will come out from under the cover looking just as good as it did when it went in!


If you are looking for a custom fit outdoor armchair or loveseat cover to protect your deck furniture this winter, check these out and then order them from today.


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