By Ernest Barnier. Papasan Chair. Published at Sunday, March 11th, 2018 - 07:57:46 AM.
Frankly, a typical papasan chair that is made of rattan or wicker may not be the best choice for someone who is obese. Rattan is a fairly durable material and a well-built chair can safely accommodate weights of up to 250 or even 300 pounds. Beyond this, however, there is considerable risk that the chair will fall apart, not only breaking the frame of the chair but also causing injuries to the person who had unfortunately sat down on it.
Traditionally, papasan chairs are handcrafted from rattan or wicker - most of them are still actually created in this manner, particularly those that are imported from Asian Countries like the Philippines and Indonesia. However, for customers who have a more modern preference in terms of furniture design, there are also newer designs of papasan chairs that are made of lightweight steel or even plastic.
Just like any other cushion or upholstered furniture, the cushion of your papasan chair will accumulate dust and dirt over time. Regular cleaning can help prevent dust buildup so be sure to vacuum your cushions at least once a week if the chairs are used frequently. You should vacuum both sides of the cushion, using the right attachment for the hose. If you don't really use the papasan chairs so much, you can do the vacuuming just once or twice a month.
Traditionally, papasan chairs are made of rattan or wicker, which gives it its unique rustic look and a very conveniently light weight, making it easy to move within the house or to transport to different locations. However, modern furniture makers have started creating these chairs out of other kinds of materials so customers will have a wider variety of choices.
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