Fiberglass is chemically inert, so it will not react with any things it comes into touch with, and it is also lightweight, incredibly strong, low-maintenance, UV-resistant, nonporous, and impermeable. Glass fibers have more strength than much heavier steel. It is also highly resistant to impact and scratching, and it maintains its original color and shape for a long period. It’s easy to see why wood is such a popular choice for furniture. The surface of fiberglass is not only pleasant to the touch, but also develops a richer look and feels as it ages and is scratched and worn. Chairs made of fiberglass can be cleaned with a damp cloth.
Fiberglass furniture can be utilized outside without worry about decay, insect infestation, peeling, warping, corrosion, or general deterioration. Think about it: if fiberglass can withstand the elements of the sea, it should do fine beside your pool or on your porch. To add to its durability in harsh conditions, fiberglass expands, and contracts extremely little compared to other materials, even plastic.