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HDPE vs PE vs PVC material for patio furniture

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HDPE vs PE vs PVC material for patio furniture
In this small article we gone see the difference between HDPE (high-density polyethylene), PE (polyethylene), PVC (Polyvinyl chloride) in your outdoor furniture or patio furniture in Miami and USA.

HDPE vs PE vs PVC witch one choice
So let’s see the difference between those 3 different fabric (PVC, PE, HDPE) and what they do for you patio furniture.

PVC (Polyvinyl chloride)

  • Elongation at break 20–40%

  • Melting point 110°F

  • less resistant in sun and water damage

  • not really flexible

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PE (polyethylene)

  • Elongation at break 30–50%

  • Melting point 221°F

  • less resistant in sun and water damage

  • flexible

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HDPE (high-density polyethylene)

  • Elongation at break 40–60%

  • Melting point 248°F

  • More resistant in sun and water damage

  • flexible

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 What is the best type of wicker fabric?
HDPE is definitively the best type of wicker specially for a commercial use type of furniture or a residential use for long-term, the difference of the price is not that far if your comparing the quality/price or the resistance/price.

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