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Choosing and Caring for Teak Outdoor Furniture

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 146   |   Comments: 0

When it comes to choosing a material to use for your outdoor furniture, you have many options to choose from: metal, plastic, cedar, oak, and of course teak. Teak is a great choice for outdoor furniture because it can withstand the weather and the wood becomes even more beautiful as it ages season after season.

Teak outdoor furniture is one of the highest quality types of outdoor furniture you can buy. It is strong and durable, as well as stylish and popular. The wood is a tropical hardwood, commonly found in such places as Indonesia and other tropical locales.

Teak grows in very dry and hilly forests. It is best known for being extremely durable no matter what type of weather you have in your neighborhood. Teak outdoor furniture can also fight off rotting, cracking, and warping because of its hardwood nature.

When you first get your teak outdoor furniture, you'll notice its beautiful honey hue. But teak is actually known for is that gray, handsome weathered look that it gets after a couple seasons in the elements. The beautiful thing about the teak outdoor furniture and its gray color is that this does not in any way impact the strength of the hardwood. Teak is made for the ages, so it can be as durable and strong as any other wood for years to come.

Teak will, however, turn an ugly green or darker gray if you do not take care of it. So be sure to treat your teak outdoor furniture. It needs to be sanded every so often to get back its smooth, brown look. To maintain the gray color, apply the proper teak outdoor furniture treatment.

Another option with teak outdoor furniture is to stain it. This allows you to have whatever color of teak outdoor furniture you want. To do so, you'll want to sand the teak to get down to the bare tan wood. Before you decide to stain your teak furniture though, keep in mind that the stain will be permanent. You will not get that gray weathered look next season and the color will not go back to that brand new tan color.

If you prefer to keep your teak furniture brown, you can apply teak oil about every three months. Although the oil will not provide added protection to the teak outdoor furniture, it will provide that new brownish color to the wood. As long as you sand and apply oil regularly your teak outdoor furniture will look new for years.

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