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Our furniture is crafted from the finest Grade-A sustainable teak. Whether you choose our Natural Teak or our Vintage Grey Finish with its beautiful patina, they will stand the test of time and look fabulous in any outdoor space.
- Natural Teak will have oil surfacing that resembles a watermark. These can be removed by washing gently with mild soap and a soft, damp cloth.
- If furniture is near the ocean, rinse weekly with water to remove all salt.
- Cracking may occur if left in a freezing environment. To prevent this, clean thoroughly per the instructions below and then store in a dry place during the winter. If storage is not available, use outdoor furniture covers.
- As Natural Teak ages, it will take on a silvery grey patina. If you are partial to teak’s warmer tones, clean your furniture regularly and protect it with teak oil. Sand down the patina with fine-grade sandpaper, if it starts to develop.
- As Vintage Grey Teak begins to weather, the grain might lift. You may want to use fine-grade sandpaper to sand down the fine grain “hairs” if this natural aging starts to develop.
- If using teak oil, be sure to apply every few months to maintain the finish and quality of the wood.
- To preserve the beauty of your outdoor furniture, protect it from the elements with furniture covers when not in use.
- To clean Natural Teak, spray with a hose and use a soft bristle brush to remove any remaining dirt or debris. Dry with a soft cloth to prevent mold and mildew.
- To clean Vintage Grey Teak, wipe spills with a clean, dry cloth.
- Be sure to follow the grain of the wood when cleaning and drying your teak.
- For a more thorough cleaning, use a soft bristle brush with a mixture of warm water and a mild dish soap. Then rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners, as these may damage the natural finish.