Teak patio furniture is both elegant and functional. It can be left outside in the elements without becoming twisted or distorted. And you can be confident that your a-grade teak patio furniture will not crack (outside of typical checking), splinter, or serve as a habitat for termites! Teak will retain its appealing and enduring properties if properly cared for.
Teak is a material. As a result, small fissures in the end grain of components may emerge and then dissolve as atmospheric conditions change. Fine cracks like this are common, especially in heavier components like limbs and legs. They will not have an impact on the life or durability of your teak outdoor furniture.
Retaining the Original Color
A sealant is advised to retain the honey/brown color of your teak outdoor furniture. Teak sealers are often solvent-based and have a water-like consistency, with mold, UV light, and moisture protection.
If you desire a color different than the natural one, you can choose from a range of colors. Sealers are simple to apply and should be done every 6 to 12 months. If you decide to use a sealer, we recommend going to a nautical store and purchasing specialised teak sealers (normally used on boats)
Storing Furniture during the Winter
Teak furniture may be left outside uncovered all year, no matter where you reside. Use a material that allows the wood to breathe if you prefer to cover your teak furniture during the winter. If you keep your furniture for the winter, avoid storing it in a heated room.
The heat can cause the wood to dry out and break. Teak wood expands and contracts naturally with time and weather changes. Some joints, such as the slats in the back of chairs, are not glued. You may need to tighten the fasteners from time to time.
Clean Your Teak
Cleaning teak furniture with a soft-bristled brush and soapy water once a year will remove the majority of accumulated filth. Mold and mildew cleaners can be used to eliminate and prevent mold and mildew. A stain-shield solution, which generates a water-based “shield” that stops stains from seeping through, can also be used to prevent food or drink stains.
It is also critical to understand what not to do when caring for teak furniture. Pressure washing teak, which can scour and roughen the wood’s surface, and steel wool, which can cause rust stains, should be avoided.
Furniteak Teak Root Coffee Table Glass Top
Furniteak provides a large selection of magnificent and distinctive teak root coffee tables that have been meticulously dug up, sanded, and coated with a clear lacquer coat.
This clear lacquer brings out the wonderful hues and highlights the distinctive wood texture. Handmade by expert artisans, these rustic coffee tables are genuinely functional works of art at an unbeatable price and quality!
Because no two teak root coffee tables are the same, you will undoubtedly own a one-of-a-kind piece of furniture. Each table is unique, and the photographs are only a few examples.
You don’t have to be concerned about our shipping. Because all shipments adhere to the ISPM Standard. So it is safe to ship.
All tables are securely packed in wooden crates.
Any damage that occurs while transportation is beyond our control.
We are not liable for packages that are lost, delayed, or destroyed. However, we guarantee that every crate is secure!