Teak furniture does not require any special maintenance routine apart from occasional cleaning.
When your teak furniture first arrives: be sure to wipe off any teak dust using a dump cloth to avoid it can leave marks on clothes and cushions.
To rehydratate the wood we suggest to use Teak Oil.
To protect teak surfaces from staining and to help maintain the silver-grey patina on weathered teak, we recommend using Furniture Wax which repels moisture and minimizes the likelihood of stains caused by food and drinks.
Check out the following sections for further informations on teakwood maintenance:
If left to age naturally outside by being exposed to light, air and rain, then the surface of the teak will gradually change to a soft, silver-grey as the pigments in the surface layer of the wood slowly start to fade away.
We recommend that you allow your teak furniture to weather naturally this way and simply clean thoroughly once or twice a year with soapy wather and a soft brush and rinse well.
If stain occour on your teak furniture, many stains can be removed with diluited bleach mixture with water and a soft brush. Rinse well after scrub. Thanks to teak's natural oil content a month or so after cleaning the wood's color will even out also if there will be a change of color in the stained area.