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Patio furniture covers 25$ and up

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Patio furniture covers 25$ and up

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Price:
25
Savings:
50%
Retailer:
Outdoorcovers
I think this is a pretty good deal for patio furniture covers. Quality is pretty good. Starts from 25$. Note that it is final sale so no return.
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Looks similar to amazon ones, if anyone interested, can compare price
Price looks better/close to amazon, but never heard of this site and not sure abt shipping cost
https://www.amazon.ca/Patio-Furniture-C ... 6257452011
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anshiren wrote: Looks similar to amazon ones, if anyone interested, can compare price
Price looks better/close to amazon, but never heard of this site and not sure abt shipping cost
https://www.amazon.ca/Patio-Furniture-C ... 6257452011
I ordered yesterday and it was delivered today. The shipping is 14.99$. It is free if you order 150 but my order was less though so paid for shipping.
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NuF518600 wrote: I ordered yesterday and it was delivered today. The shipping is 14.99$. It is free if you order 150 but my order was less though so paid for shipping.
Sounds good. I checked if buying one small piece, shipping plus discount price is similar to amazon retail. But if buying several pieces, looks like a good deal.
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For ones that cover table and chairs, is there a good way to stop water from pooling in the middle since the chair backs are higher than the table?
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j8lam wrote: For ones that cover table and chairs, is there a good way to stop water from pooling in the middle since the chair backs are higher than the table?
Place something taller than chair backs on the table to tent pole the cover?
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Lush78 wrote: Place something taller than chair backs on the table to tent pole the cover?
Yep that's what I do :)

Alternatively, you can stack the chairs and get a separate cover for them, which they offer.
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Lush78 wrote: Place something taller than chair backs on the table to tent pole the cover?
I tried that before but eventually something sags, and once a bit of water collects, the weight makes it sag even more. I didn't have a good way to make the cover tight enough that it never sags anywhere.
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Thanks so much OP, I have never been able to find a cover for my extra extra long patio couch (121") for a reasonable price until now. Pulled the trigger and will finally have actual patio covers for my furniture now instead of tarps that have holes in them and bungees lol.
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Anyone know where to get a cover for an awning?
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Looks like they're based out of Milton/Mississauga and flat rate shipping in the GTA is $14.95 if you don't meet the $150 threshold for free shipping.
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j8lam wrote: I tried that before but eventually something sags, and once a bit of water collects, the weight makes it sag even more. I didn't have a good way to make the cover tight enough that it never sags anywhere.
Check out Duck Covers, they're expensive so you can probably do something yourself if you can find a similar-style inflatable. Just be forewarned: we had one but I guess animals claws popped it (racoons, probably..)

edit: looks like you can't get them anymore, so..maybe check for something similar or DIY like i mentioned above.
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Good prices. Not sure about this: Savanna covers are highly waterproof but less resistant to direct sun.

I bought Classic Accessories Ravenna covers on Amazon.com which were cheaper than any Canadian retailer and they have a lifetime warranty.

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