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An early version of the umbrella was invented by the Egyptians in 1000 BC. They used feathers or lotus leaves as a way to shield nobility from the sun. Soon after, silk parasols were used in China and customized with pretty images of flowers, birds, or landscapes.
Umbrellas are made using plastic, wood, or metal parts. The first step is sewing the fabric canopy, next the shaft, springs, handle, runner, and ribs are created, finally each piece is attached together to make the final product.
You may think there's only one type of umbrella, but guess again! The different types of umbrellas include: automatic, beach, bubble, children's, straight umbrellas, umbrella hats, inverted umbrellas, and the little umbrellas you put in your cocktails!
The best way to store your patio umbrella is by making sure it's clean, closing it with the pole on the outside, and covering it with a tarp and storing it in a clear, dry area. Take it out of storage when you're ready to set it up next summer!
You can technically recycle an umbrella by taking it apart first and putting the plastic, wood, and metal pieces in either curbside pickup or bringing them to a dedicated recycling center. It's better for the planet to try and repurpose your umbrellas to make something new instead.
You can customize umbrellas by ordering them in bulk through a promotional products distributor. Choose a stylish umbrella and be creative with your design! The distributor will work with you to get that design screen printed or digitally printed on the canopy.