Posted by John on November 04, 2015
Teak is one of the most durable woods that will last several years when properly cared for. Not only is able to withstand significant weight, it is also durable against the elements. The natural oils found in teak wood protect it from water, snow, and other forms of natural erosion. Patio furniture is particularly vulnerable during cold weather, since and sleet can constrict and expand wood, creating cracks over time. All the woods are vulnerable to this phenomenon, but the natural oils in Teakwood retards this type of erosion.
Teak furniture is an attractive wood, with universally positive reviews surrounding the wood. It is beautiful, durable, and a cost-effective way of adding curb appeal to your property. Quality teak furniture like this multiposition folding teak armchair gives your property an air of sophistication without the obnoxiousness.
The high mineral content in teak wood prevents warping, preserving the form for several years. Cracking does not occur, even in the wettest wet scenarios. Teak furniture holds up so well that it can even be passed through generation.
When your teak chairs and patio furniture gets dirty, it is best to wash it with a mild detergent. Dishwashing soap is fine. What's important is that you rinse the teak furniture with clean, tepid water. Try not to use washers, caustic chemicals, or cleaning tools that can damage the surface of your teak furniture. If it's particularly grimy, use a dedicated water-based teak cleaner to remove deep-seated mildew. You will find that your teak furniture will become whiter when you use a teak cleaner. If you like the vibrant hue of new teak wood, it is recommended that you follow regular maintenance to preserve its look.