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What Is POLYWOOD made from?
POLYWOOD is made from HDPE — short for “high-density polyethylene” — a durable plastic widely used to make milk jugs, laundry detergent containers, bottle caps, etc. We currently recycle an average of 400,000 milk jugs per day and transform them into genuine POLYWOOD lumber. Learn more about our recycling process.
HDPE, by nature, is an extremely durable plastic that is weather resistant and easy to clean — perfect for outdoor furniture. In addition to HDPE, POLYWOOD lumber includes UV-inhibited pigment systems to help maintain our lumber colors throughout the material, not just on the surface.
Our original lumber finish, Classic Finish, is our most widely used material in POLYWOOD furniture and features a timeless, smooth texture with a satin painted wood appearance. Unlike real wood, it's easy to clean and will endure anything nature throws its way.
Genuine POLYWOOD Lumber - Classic Finish
Featured Classic Finish Products
Our Vintage Finish lumber is available in a select number of furniture options and features a subtle, wire-brushed texture giving the appearance of rich, matte painted wood. Just like our Classic Finish lumber, Vintage Finish is easy to clean and will endure anything nature throws its way.
Vintage Finish is available in both vibrant and traditional colors including White and two exclusive to Vintage colors: Sahara, and Coffee.