1 Stars By Kristin on 2015-10-31
Avoid at ALL COSTS!!!
Completely ruined our brand new patio table. We spent a lot of money on our patio set and bought this thinking we were protecting it. Every place the cover came in contact with the patio set, there are huge melted plastic looking marks. It doesn't come off.
I am just sick about this. We saved for a long time to buy this table. Worst purchase we have ever made on 2DayDeliver.
1 Stars By shoebuyer on 2016-06-05
Ruined our table
This cover was on our table over the winter and when we went to remove it this summer we found that it left a film all over our table. It seems that the film came from the plastic lining inside the cover. The film won't come off and the table looks awful. Would have been better to leave it exposed all winter!
1 Stars By Liana K. on 2017-05-21
I purchased this cover thinking I would spend a bit more for a better quality product. I must have missed the other reviews that noted that the cover completely ruined their tables. My new outdoor table has a faux stone top and was completely discolored in the area that the cover was touching the table - ruined! Do not purchase this cover!
1 Stars By J. Wolff on 2016-02-25
Buy Cheaper Cover and Budget for Annual Replacement
I spent extra on this after several failed attempts at finding a table cover that would last more than a year. In short, you're going to have to replace it every year if your weather dips under freezing in winter, so save your money--buy a cheaper version and budget for yearly replacement. I was lured into this higher price and 4-year warranty but the higher price does not mean better quality in terms of longer life (though the material feels better and seems sturdier than cheaper versions, but that's superficial). I suspect the warranty covers only manufacturer's defects, not splitting open when it gets dried out. And that's exactly what happens; when it freezes, the PVC or whatever material the backing is made out of, gets brittle and dry, and one tug to straighten the cover rips a big gash in it. Happens every time. I'm convinced that short of maybe spending hundreds on a cover (which may not do it either), they all split like this after they freeze a few times. I'm going back to a cheaper cover ... not junk, but lower level.
By the way, the mechanisms they employ to secure the cover to the furniture are also mediocre at best. The drawstring is tough to get tight (esp. after the backing dries out!) and the straps just slide up the legs when the cover blows up. Not a great solution.
1 Stars By Lauren P. on 2015-06-25
Don't buy this cover. It doesn't protect your table ...
Don't buy this cover. It doesn't protect your table but rather ruins it. It has left permanent marks on our table and the benches as well - anything it touched. Perhaps this is meant for "cold weather" ONLY - they should specify that the cover can't hold up to heat if that's what caused it. I'm so bummed that my brand new table, $1500 is permanently damaged and only been used one time!
1 Stars By Gerri West Hebert on 2015-09-16
Purchased a few weeks ago for patio table, the ...
Purchased a few weeks ago for patio table, the material stuck to the top of our patio table and ripped the paint off on 50% of the surface down to the bare metal. This was a heavy industrial primer and topcoat also..........
5 Stars By BWheels83 on 2015-08-07
Would Buy It Again, and Again
We have a couple different covers for furniture on our patio, which is 100% exposed to the elements. We just completed construction of a hand-built farm table and bench, and we bought this to cover it. I am extremely pleased with this cover! It is waterproof, very sturdy, and it even looks nice to boot. I wish I had purchased this brand of covers for the rest of my patio furniture, as my other covers can't compare to this one. It might cost a little bit more, but trust me, it is worth it!
2017 UPDATE. This cover lasted a very long time through two blizzards and extremely hot summers and is still in great condition on the outside. Sadly, however, we had to stop using it because the plastic backing on the inside of it actually melted to the surface of the wooden table it was covering, causing the protective satin stain on the table to rip off when we removed the cover. Our table top now needs to be sanded and restained. I'm not sure there is anything the manufacturer could do about this, after all the reason it works so well is because of the thick plastic underneath (it seems, anyway). However, if you are using it to cover wooden furniture in continued exposed, hot sunlight (we live in central PA), you might want to take precautions to protect the wooden surface underneath.
4 Stars By dawn valdez on 2017-07-09
Strong Fabric, Extra ties to hold it in place, but the middle puddles with water when it rains
well made table/chair cover. strong fabric with ties at the four corners perfect for my 6 foot rectangle table with 4 legs. It also has a couple draw string to cinch it in on the bottom. It's never blown off. I've been using it now for about 4 months and it's rained a ton. My only complaint is that the middle on top sags and water puddles right there and there is a seam right in the middle so water does get in right there only when it puddles. I put a flower pot on top of the table in the center under the cover that keeps the middle propped up and for the most part this has solved the problem. I don't think there is anyway to avoid that. Sometimes with a hard rain a little puddle will happen at the ends even with the flower pot propping up the middle but there is no seam on the ends where this happens so water does not come in and I can dump out the water after it rains. If you did not have chairs under the cover along with the table, this would not happen but this will happen if you have the chairs covered also. But it's the best cover I have found and my table/6 chair set is aluminum and wood and I do want to keep it protected from sun and rain.
3 Stars By Robert S. Wolfarth on 2014-12-11
Good Protection but...
I have a rectangle patio table with 6 chairs so I purchased the appropriate size cover from 2DayDeliver. However, the cover seems very large and fits very loosely. It offers nice protection against the elements but I was concerned that the chair backs would poke through the cover so I made sure to pad each chair back to hopefully eliminate that possibility. The cover attaches to the legs at the four corners of the table but the elastic cord that is supposed to cinch the cover more tightly at the bottom doesn't pull very tight and I had some problems with the wind. During a very windy period I noticed that the entire covered table and chairs had rotated and slid about 6 feet across my deck and settled against the deck railing. The cover didn't blow off but it acted like a large sail due to the wind getting under it (the built in vents apparently aren't too effective for preventing this) so I tied additional ropes to the side handles and fastened it more securely to one chair on each side of the table. I tied the bottom elastic cord tails to a chair on each end of the table and now it seems to be more secure and not as likely to inflate
4 Stars By Bryan M Grande on 2016-01-20
Nice cover, no leaks, looks good, but make sure to secure it down
So far so good. I purchased this item based on the positive reviews of others, and like them, this is a very good cover. I have not had any issues with water leaking in. I needed a cover because the elements were ruining the finish on my homemade outdoor dining table. Last spring I had to strip the finish and redo and reseal. I noticed after the long summer, some of the finish was starting to fail again. Since beginning to use this cover, my finish has not gotten any worse, it is still in one small spot, so I will be able to take of it in the spring again, and not have to do the whole table. We have not had any snow since I've gotten this, but we are about to get pounded here, so will see how it holds up.
This cover is huge, with that, I was not able to use the buckle clip on one corner because I don't have anything there to tether it too. On windy days, the cover will blow up and uncover some of the table or items under it. I will need to figure out another way to fasten it.
I have put some items under the cover, on top of the table to prevent moisture from forming on the bottom of the cover and making contact with my table, potentially ruining it. Also helps with the airflow from the vents.