Our products mainly produce form galvanize steel sheet combines with natural material such as wood, manila rope or fabric. Most of the product we have are in natural finishing but still, we carefully choose some special colours for our product each season. Here are some details about the materials we use.
Galvanized steel can be folded, welded, rolled and staps to create forms and turn in to many products. It is normally used to make outdoor grates, industrial walkwaysand also used in electronic appliances, computers, and precision instruments.
You can find everyday items that can be made from galvanized steel from TinHomeToy; vases, washtubs, bath tubs, buckets, planters, backyard grills, garbage cans and etc. You can also find Playground equipment such as swing set, jungle gyms, and bicycle racks that constructed from this rust-resistant material in the market as well.
We also have other materials we combine with our galvanized steel product to make our product more unique and friendly. We plan further for the new material that can be exiting and very interesting. Please keep yourself posted for our new product line with new materials :)
Wood has been used for thousands of years for as a construction material and in furniture industry. It is an organic material gives warm touch and user-friendly feeling to the product.
We use many kinds of wood in our product, most of them are soft wood because the light colour of soft wood makes galvanize steel looks warmer.
We use pine wood and acacia wood for handles, lids, trays, talbe legs and also stucture of some products such as our drawers. you can feel the pattern and texture when you touch them.
Manila rope is a type of rope made from manila hemp, a type of fiber obtained from the leaves of the abac. It is not actually hemp, but named so because hemp was long a major source of fiber, and other fibers were sometimes named after it. The name refers to the capital of the Philippines, one of the main producers.
Manila rope is very durable, flexible, and resistant to salt water damage, allowing its use in rope, hawsers, ships' lines, and fishing nets. It can be used to make handcrafts like bags, carpets, clothing, and furniture. We use it for our handles and it goes very well with galvanized steel