The different textures, grains, densities and all natural characteristics all form part of the look. If used fully outdoor the teak will gain a more weathered look. Timber movement will also occur as this is a natural product.
Polyethylene, Polymer, Polypropylene, Polyresin, Viro Polypeel
Brush off loose dirt and vacuum regularly with a soft brush. Blot excess liquid and wipe spills immediately with a clean absorbent cloth or sponge. Do not rub. If necessary use warm water and gently wipe the spill. Wipe with a clean towel and allow to dry. Avoid harsh soaps and chemicals. These care suggestions however may not be considered as a guarantee against stains.
Teak, Aged Teak
Wipe wood daily with a cotton cloth to remove dust. Avoid harsh soaps and chemicals. Sponge with a mild solution of water and soap (dish washing liquid). Using mostly the foam is recommended. Over time the wood will absorb more of the soap making the furniture repellent to marks and staining. These care suggestions however may not be considered as a guarantee against stains.