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Aluminium is one of the most weatherproof materials. It is both UV-resistant and rustproof. Therefore, neither sun nor moisture and wetness can harm it. You can also safely leave aluminium garden loungers outside in winter.
If you are looking for a weather-resistant natural material, teak is the ideal choice. While many types of wood do not tolerate humidity and cold so well, the tropical wood defies even a Central European winter outdoors due to its density and oil content with the right care.
Basically, regular cleaning of the loungers is important. Use a special cleaning agent for the material of which they are made. It not only cleans, but also cares for the material, which increases its resistance.
Covers for the frame and slipcovers for the cushions also protect your garden lounger from environmental influences.
Ideally, you should move the garden furniture indoors during the winter months to protect it from frost and moisture. Depending on the size of your sun lounger, if it's not too big or can be folded up, you may store it in your garden storage box.
The reclining comfort plays an essential role for all loungers. However, a comfortable posture is not automatically a healthy posture.
To avoid poor posture when relaxing, many suppliers have ergonomically shaped garden loungers in their range, similar to ergonomically shaped office chairs or gaming chairs. These are optimally adapted to the human body in their construction, so that it is not unnecessarily stressed.
Your garden lounger will be even more comfortable with an additional cushion. With a small pillow under your head or a bolster, you can comfortably take a nap outdoors.