Outdoor teak furniture – chairs, tables and accessories that we have in exterior of our house, usually suffer from inclemency of weather and, taking care of them with a good maintenance can suppose that we enjoy them for more or less time. Material most suffered for exterior is made with teak wood. Teak is a dense and extremely durable wood with a high content of oil and wax.
Teak cabinet is ideal for patios, porches and terraces, as its grease quality makes it impervious to water, mold and insects that eat wood. While outdoor teak furniture may be somewhat more expensive than conventional tropical woods, initial investment guarantees attractive outdoor furniture that, if properly cared for, can last up to 80 years. Teak furniture is very easy to maintain. If you have been exposed to elements and left untreated, teak will face a beautiful silvery-gray patina after a few months.
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Untreated outdoor teak furniture cabinet requires little maintenance, apart from an annual cleaning to remove dirt and dust. To prepare a cleaning solution, add 1/4 cup dishwashing soap and a tablespoon of chlorine in a gallon of water and rub furniture with a soft bristle brush. Finish rinsing furniture thoroughly with fresh water. To remove stubborn stains, such as wine or oil, sand with fine sandpaper and be sure to work with direction of grain.