Putting Upholstered Wooden Chairs Into Storage: A Guide
Between the wood, the stuffing and the fabric, upholstered chairs are not the most durable item to be placing in storage. However, they can be kept in good shape as long as you're careful to store them properly. Follow these dos and don'ts to ensure your wooden upholstered chairs emerge from the storage unit in tip-top shape. Do: Wrap up the legs. To keep insects of rodents from chewing on the legs of your wooden chairs, take some thick material (like canvas or felt) and wrap it around the bottoms of the legs of the chairs.