Bottle Wood made from recycled milk jugs.
Leave out year round… Adirondack chairs $275.00
Not just for outdoor restaurant dining.What happens to all the milk jugs that have been recycled throughout the years? In 1990, in a garage in Northern Indiana, an innovative idea was taking shape. High school friends noted the high performance potential of plastic bottle wood and its use in outdoor applications. Over time, this plastic lumber, known as Bottle~Wood, has proved to be unaffected by the sun, rain, snow, sleet, wind, saltwater, chlorine and mildew. The very nature of this material keeps the color from fading and is heavy duty so it isn’t blown around by the slightest breeze. It is assembled using stainless steel hardware. Bottle~Wood is nonporous, so the furniture can be left outside year round, no matter the climate. Regular, easy maintenance with soap and water keeps it clean and enjoyable for all seasons.You can instantly tell the quality and skill that goes into Amish furniture. Our company offers you a complete selection of Amish bottle wood furniture that will add warmth to your home or office. Outdoor furniture commercial quality at Old Bob prices.
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Plastic lumber (PL) is a plastic form of lumber (timber) made of virgin or recycled plastic. It is made of 100% plastic, not to be confused with wood-plastic composite lumber.
Widely employed in outdoor decking, it is also used for molding and trim and garden furniture such as park benches.
Resistant to cracking and splitting when appropriately installed, plastic lumber can be molded with or without simulated wood grain details. Even with a wood grain design, PL is still easy to distinguish visually from natural timber: the grains are the same uniform color as the rest of the material.
Manufacturers claim plastic lumber is more environmentally-friendly and requires less maintenance than wood/plastic composites or rot-resistant wood. Unlike wood-plastic composite lumber, plastic lumber is 100% recyclable after its original intended use.