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The best outdoor furniture covers for year-round protection

You want to make sure your outdoor furniture lasts for years to come. Don’t let a particularly rainy or snowy season ruin them. Try out these resilient, durable furniture covers.

Made of heavy-duty, protective fabric, these covers are built to keep your outdoor furniture in the best condition. Most covers have devices to help keep them in place, even on really windy day.

Outdoor Patio Furniture Covers by King Do Way

Best Covers Overall

The extra-large size of this outdoor patio furniture cover can shield sofas, barbecues, and tables from getting damaged. To keep the cover secure is the added reinforcement of elastic windproof buckles, a thick drawstring, and Velcro fasteners. Made of thick, tear-resistant 600D Oxford fabric, this cover will ensure your furniture’s safety from rain, wind, and UV-ray damage.

Vailge Heavy Duty Patio Bench Loveseat Cover

Best Value

The Vailge Heavy Duty Patio Bench Loveseat Cover is the perfect size to fit snugly around your outdoor lounge chair. The cover measures 32x58x32.5 inches. To avoid trapped moisture and condensation, the sofa cover has built-in ventilation that will keep your furniture mold free. The 100% waterproof material of the cover protects from outdoor elements that could otherwise shorten the life of your furniture.

ESSORT Patio Furniture Covers

Best Extra-large Covers

Save your furniture from the impact of rain, wind, snow, and dust, and invest in the extra-large ESSORT Patio Furniture Covers. This cover is so easy to clean. Simply wipe it down with a wet cloth, steam iron out the wrinkles, and then hang to dry with the attached hooks. This product is made of durable 210D oxford fabric.

ULTCOVER Rectangular Patio Heavy Duty Table Cover

Best Multi-purpose Cover

The ULTCOVER Rectangular Patio Heavy Duty Table Cover is made with a layer of eco-friendly vinyl and polyester 600D canvas fabric. The cover is both water repellent and treated with a non-scratch treatment to further protect your furniture. Its 100% waterproof, taped seam ensures that your furniture will be safe and sound.

Avoid the gross and annoying task of wiping bird droppings off your nice outdoor chaise and let one of these outdoor furniture covers save you the trouble. You’ll be amazed at how clean your furniture will remain with a water-resistant, weatherproof, reliable cover.

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