Fiberglass is incredibly strong and durable, while still amazingly light. Typically used for the hulls on boats and on shower doors, fiberglass became popular for barstools in the 1950s for the atomic, futuristic style of the material. Whether you find vintage fiberglass barstools or opt for brand new ones, you'll be sure to complement your décor with their wide range of colors and funky feel. Typical Fiberglass Bar Stools
Vintage fiberglass barstools are less uniform and at online auctions and local flea markets, you can be lucky enough to find fiberglass bucket seats, flat stools, high backs, and swivel barstools. Keeping Your Fiberglass Bar Stools Clean. One extra nice feature of fiberglass is that it is very easy to clean, which can be helpful if you have children or messy adults. A mild detergent diluted with water or even diluted white vinegar will remove most spills or stains from your barstool's surface. The chrome on the base and footrest might be more difficult to clean and may require a polisher. You can find good chrome cleaners at motorcycle repair stores, but you should move your barstools to the driveway or the porch to clean them as you should only use these cleaners outdoors.
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