Talk:Garden furniture

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I have removed:

  • There are two types of patio furniture. The first is "promotional" furniture and is sold at big box stores such as Wal-Mart and grocery stores. This stuff is brought in from China and is very inexpensive and looks good. However, the quality is poor and it is impossible to get parts and difficult to get warranty service. The other type is specialty and is found at retailers such as Sunnyland Furniture, Leisure Living, Greenhouse Mall, or Patios Plus to name a few. These stores can often special order merchandise and can provide parts, replacement cushions, accessories, and warranty service. Their salespeople are knowledgable and the selections are much greater as they carry patio products the entire year.

Because it is contentious and unsourced. Naturally it can go back if a source is provided. TerriersFan 12:38, 16 December 2006 (UTC)

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I inserted the advert template, because this whole section reads like an advert. Carl w 22:25, 21 April 2007 (UTC)

Yes, this is plainly spam that has been inserted in a number of articles. I have removed it. TerriersFan 22:39, 21 April 2007 (UTC)


All kinds of garden furniture are missing, e.g. arbours, hammocks... Also depends what you call 'furniture'; e.g. are sculptures, weather vanes, etc. 'furniture'? (Cf. 'street furniture' which includes lamp posts etc.). Or is it just tables & seats? (talk) 13:02, 11 January 2014 (UTC)