Ivy Dining Table – Rectangular
Teak wood naturally has a high oil content, which makes it both stable and resistant to rotting when exposed to climatic extremes. For centuries, this special quality has made teak wood the preferred choice for marine decking and construction and makes it the premium timber for outdoor furniture. Every piece of furniture has its own character and structure.
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Dust regularly and wipe with a soft, damp cloth. Dry off immediately to avoid marks. Do not use any harsh chemicals, abrasive powders, metallic scourers, silver or brass cleaners. If residue starts to leave marks apply wax polish regularly to shine. Frame is not rust proof. Clean more regularly at the coast, as sea salts build up and could cause corrosion.
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.